Powder metallurgy is a method of receiving various materials and details from metal powders by their pressing and sintering, passing a stage of  metal melting and molding.

Powder metallurgy is one of the most perspective methods of manufacturing the products with special characteristics namely porosity, high hardness, refractoriness etc. Powder metallurgy has big advantages in comparison with other traditional ways of manufacturing parts: high efficiency of a material (up to 0,9-0,95), high technological effectiveness of the powder metallurgy processes, high producing efficiency, low labor input, possibility to obtain the exact sizes without additional machining, the wide range of product properties.

High technical and economic advantages of powder metallurgy over other methods of production:

  • metal saving;
  • possibility to replace nonferrous and scarce metals for less scarce and cheaper without compromising the properties of the products;
  • increasing productivity;
  • obtaining materials with special properties, etc.

All of these characteristics set the stage for widespread use of powder materials in various fields of engineering, product output growth and continuous expansion of their nomenclature.

Currently produced by powder metallurgy metal parts are widely used as antifrictional, frictional and structural components, as well as filters, magnets, electrical contacts, details of special equipment, etc.


Iron based parts

Successful application of iron and steel powders for powder metallurgy as a raw material for the manufacture of structural parts is due to several particular factors.

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Antifrictional parts

Antifrictional materials have a low coefficient of friction and are used for the manufacture of parts operating under conditions of friction (bearings, bushings, etc.).

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Frictional parts

Friction materials are applied to manufacturing of components operating in sliding friction, and have a high coefficient of friction.

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Non-ferrous parts

Non-ferrous metals and their alloys are very popular, widely used in all branches of industry and agriculture.

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Sintered filters

Filters can be made of corrosion-resistant material powders, namely bronze, stainless steel, nickel, silver, brass, etc.

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Soft magnetic parts

Soft magnetic materials are used for the manufacture AC/DC magnetic cores. The most common soft magnetic materials are iron and electrical steels.

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