Directory of Powder Metallurgy Fabricators and Suppliers

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The companies under Kymera International have a long history and have been producing metal powders for over 100 years. The Group has manufacturing plants in seven countries and produces a wide array of materials including aluminum and aluminum alloys, copper and copper alloys, copper oxide, lead, magnesium, plain bearing alloys, silver coated, tin, zinc and various specialty alloys in a wide range of shapes and particle sizes from coarse to ultrafine (<1um). Products include powders, pastes, ingots and granules.

ECKA Granules (officially formed as an independent company in 2001), can trace its roots back to 1876 when ECKART established a small “gold beaters shop” in Fürth, Germany. In 1918 its first powder facility was founded to manufacture bronze powders and in 1929 its first aluminum powder facility was established.

ACuPowder International was originally formed in 1916 as The Metals Disintegrating Company to manufacture metal powders. It changed ownership over the years and became ACuPowder International in 1995.

SCM Metal Products’ metal powder production was originally formed as Glidden Metals Company, which in the early 1930’s began to produce copper powder. In 1967 the Glidden Metals Company merged with Smith-Corona Marchant, (SCM) a typewriter manufacturer, ultimately changing its name to SCM Metal Products.

Company Contacts

RoleNameEmail
Primary Sales RepresentativeTroxell, Jackjack.troxell@kymerainternational.com

Additional Demographics and Lists

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MaterialsAluminum
MaterialsAntimony
MaterialsBrass
MaterialsBronze
MaterialsCopper, Bronze, Brass
MaterialsDiamond Matrix
MaterialsGraphite & Lubricants
MaterialsLead
MaterialsNickel
MaterialsSilicon
MaterialsSpecialty Powders
MaterialsTin
MaterialsZinc