Company name: Eramet
Category: Steel Producers
Location: Paris, France
Expertise: High performance steels.
Keywords: Niobium, Rare Earths, High-Performance Steels, Tool Steels, High-Speed Steel Parts , Superalloys, Aluminum, Titanium.
Telephone number: +33 (0) 1 45 38 42 42
Fax: +33 (0) 1 53 91 24 01
Other information: ERAMET focuses on th metal markets of the future. The firm is a world leader in alloying metals, particularly manganese and nickel, and in high-quality metallurgy.
Eramet's Alloys division designs and develops high-performance steels, tool steels, parts and products in high-speed steels, superalloys, aluminum and titanium alloys. To do so, the Division's manufacturing sites deploy various development and transformation methods. The materials and products designed are then used to supply high-technology markets such as the aerospace, energy, nuclear, medical and automotive sectors.
Main products sold by the company include forged parts and closed-die forging parts designed to use high-performing steels, superalloys, aluminum alloys and titanium alloys; long or flat products obtained through forging, rolling or drawing, and covering a wide range of high-speed steels, high-performing steels, superalloys derived from nickel or cobalt, and titanium alloys; metal powders obtained through gas atomization.
ERAMET's Alloys division can supply forged parts up to 20 meters long and weighing up to 30 tonnes. Closed-die forging equipment includes one press that exerts a force of 65,000 tons. Long and flat products include billets, round bars or wire; squares or profiles, flat bars, sheets, discs or strips; as well as forged ingots and other semi-finished products. Metal powders include high-speed steel produced by powder metallurgy. In 2011, Eramet opened a new plant in Sweden doubling its powder production capacity.
Aubert & Duval is an Eramet subsidiary that also produces fine-quality metal powders for additive manufacturing at its Irun site (Spain). Aubert & Duval also produce fine-quality metal powders for the aerospace as well as hot isostatic pressing (HIP) parts for the aerospace and energy industries at their Imphy site in France.