SCHOTT, Goodfellow, Sverdrup Steel and Ed Fagan Join Matmatch

Benjamin Stafford
on September 14, 2018

Matmatch is pleased to announce four new materials suppliers to have joined the platform, broadly expanding the available materials from speciality ceramics and metals to monolayer graphene and high-performance alloys.

SCHOTT AG — speciality glass and glass ceramics

Headquartered in Mainz, Germany, SCHOTT AG is a world-leading manufacturer of glass and glass-ceramic materials. SCHOTT is especially interested in promoting its line of NEXTREMA® technical glass ceramics with Matmatch.

The NEXTREMA® line offers resistance to high-temperatures with operating temperatures of up to 950°C, near zero thermal expansion, thermal shock resistance, resistance to corrosion, process inertness and mechanical resilience. This makes NEXTREMA® ideal for use in extreme conditions.

SCHOTT’s Vanessa Pehnelt expressed her excitement to discover new customers and applications for the material through Matmatch. “So far we have been pleasantly surprised by the unique ways that NEXTREMA® has been used and we can’t wait to see what comes next.”

SCHOTT AG — speciality glass and glass ceramics on Matmatch

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Visit the SCHOTT supplier page to learn more and get in touch with them if you’d like to take advantage of their expertise.

Goodfellow — materials for research & development

Goodfellow is an international supplier of speciality materials including ceramics, polymers, metals and alloys. In partnering with Matmatch, Goodfellow brings more than 80 new materials for scientific & industrial R&D from its catalogue to the Matmatch database.

Some of these new materials include polymers in the form of films and granules, ceramics like boron nitride and exiting materials for the forefront of nanotechnology such as monolayer graphene films and inks.

Joel Aleixo, marketing executive at Goodfellow highlighted the company’s enthusiasm for the platform: “Our experience using Matmatch has only been a positive one. The website is user-friendly and offers potential customers a clearly indexed way of finding our products.”

Learn more at the Goodfellow supplier page and to get in touch with the company.

Sverdrup Steel AS — high-performance alloys on Matmatch

Sverdrup Steel AS — high-performance alloys

Founded in Norway, Sverdrup is now located in seven countries worldwide. With its main focus on the offshore industry, Sverdrup also delivers to numerous other industries with requirements for high-performance materials.

The materials supplied by Sverdrup range from various kinds of steels, through nickel-based alloys to titanium in the form of sheets and bars. Many of these materials are attractive for marine and other industrial applications thanks to their corrosion resistance, ease of fabrication and favourable mechanical properties.

Visit the Sverdrup supplier page to learn more, get in touch with this supplier and view their range of materials on offer.

Ed Fagan Inc. — speciality metals & high-performance alloys

Based in New Jersey, Ed Fagan Inc. has been supplying special purpose metals and alloys to a wide range of high-technology industries since 1965, including the aerospace, defence, electronics, magnetics, healthcare, optical and telecommunications industries.

Matmatch and Ed Fagan are both very pleased to be able to bring a wide range of materials to these industries ranging from numerous Ni- and Fe-based alloys as well as refractory metals in the form of bars, plates, sheets and strips. This partnership brings hundreds of new materials to the Matmatch database.

Learn more about this company at the Ed Fagan supplier page and get in touch with them if you’d like to take advantage of their expertise.

With over 80,000 listed materials, Matmatch is one of the largest online materials properties databases with a rapidly expanding inventory of materials suppliers from around the globe.

If you’d like to join Matmatch as a supplier, request a demo with our team here.

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