Plansee is an expert in the field of molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, niobium, and chromium products. Refractory metals, alloys, and composite materials from Plansee come into use in electronics, coating technology, or high-temperature furnaces - wherever traditional materials are stretched beyond their limits. From tiny heat sinks to huge furnace installations: With its strong metals, Plansee delivers products of outstanding quality all around the world.
As a leading enterprise in the field of powder metallurgy, Plansee covers the entire production process in-house – from the ore right to the customer-specific component. To do this, it presses and sinters metal powder and performs a range of deforming operations to manufacture extremely tough, reliable products.
To help its customers boost productivity and encourage technological innovation, Plansee attaches particular importance to research and development. The company works together closely with its customers to develop new materials and product solutions for forward-looking technologies in fields such as clean energy, medical engineering, electronics, and mobility.
Plansee is active at 32 locations in 24 countries across the globe. In order to remain the industry’s preferred partner in the field of refractory metals in the future, Plansee continuously invests in the initial training and further development of its 3,000 employees as well as in production capacities and state-of-the-art technology: from powder manufacturing and powder metallurgy processes right up to custom machining and the recycling of raw materials.
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