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It is very common for alloying elements to be added to certain metals in order to achieve specific characteristics required for an application. The inclusion of particular substances can change many properties ranging from strength to color to thermal conductivity. Doing this can make the fabricatio... Continue Reading
Density is a material characteristic we all know well. It hides itself within materials though, so we end up not thinking about it very often. We even have jokes about it because of this unintentional veil. “Which weighs more: a ton of feathers or a ton of bricks?” The goal of the “joke” is to trick... Continue Reading
These past few weeks, Ulbrich has teamed up with MakeHaven, Inc. to distribute materials to make masks and PPE to organizations across Connecticut. MakeHaven is a nonprofit organization that brings creators together to help in a wide variety of projects. They host free public events, workshops, and ... Continue Reading
Dear Valued Ulbrich Customer,I sincerely hope that everyone is staying safe and healthy during these most challenging times. I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with an update on the status of our operations here at Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc. As you know, the pa... Continue Reading
The word “Temper” gets thrown around a lot in the metals industry. The most common connotation refers to a hardened state of material, or the act of hardening through tempering. If we consider the annealed state, the state after which an alloy has been heated to above its recrystallization temperatu... Continue Reading