Here are some
questions that users
of metal powders often ask.
Q. What is CEAC's primary product?
produces gas-atomized powders.
Q. What kind of atmosphere does CEAC employ during it's
R. CEAC utilizes an inert
nitrogen atmosphere in it's processing.
Q. What kinds of alloys does CEAC typically supply?
R. CEAC offers a variety of nonferrous alloys (eg., Ni,
Cu, Ag, Sn, Al) and specialty alloys.
Q. What standards do CEAC powders
CEAC powders meet the standards of the American Welding Society (AWS),
Aerospace Material Standards (AMS), American Society of Testing
Materials (ASTM), and American Standards of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
More importantly, each CEAC powder is certified to meet customer
specifications prior to shipment, ensuring the product ordered is the
Q. Is CEAC approved to supply to GE specifications?
R. Yes. CEAC also meets Pratt & Whitney specification
standards. CEAC utilizes GE and Pratt & Whitney approved facilities
for all chemical analysis.
Q. What is the shape of CEAC Powders?
Our standard powders are spherical in shape as required by many of our
customers. Some powders can be made irregularly shaped to meet specific
Q. In which sizes are CEAC powders available?
R. CEAC powders are screened to standard mesh sizes
ranging from -40 to +500.
Q. What are the most common uses for CEAC powders?
R. CEAC powders are used primarily for Brazing,
Soldering, and Thermal Spray applications in the Automotive,
Electrical/Electronic, Construction Tool, and HVAC industries,
as well as others.