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PSI awarded aluminium alloy powders research contract by IRT-M2P

Posted 20 November 2019 · Add Comment

Advance process solutions provider, Phoenix Scientific Industries (PSI) Ltd, has been awarded a contract for an HERMIGA Atomiser System by the French Institute of Technology in metals and materials research, IRT-M2P, for an innovative technological research programme to produce the highest quality aluminium alloy powders in batches of around 100kg for additive manufacturing.

PSI manufacturing facilities, Hailsham, East Sussex.
Courtesy PSI

Phoenix Scientific Industries Ltd (PSI) is a designer and supplier of advanced materials technology and systems based in Hailsham, East Sussex. Renowned for technical innovation, advanced energy saving designs, operating reliability and low cost of ownership, PSI systems are deployed across the world in a wide range of sectors and applications spanning commercial multi-tonnage continuous powder production through to highly specialised advanced metals research centres.

IRT-M2P (Institut de Recherche Technologique – Métaux, Matériaux, Procédés) is the French Institute of Technology specialising in metals, materials and process research. IRT M2P accelerates time-to-market for new materials and processes used by various industrial sectors (e.g. aerospace, automotive, marine, energy) by investing in innovative semi-industrial platforms and carrying out ambitious R&D projects. More than 130 industrial and academic partners participate in these projects.

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