JSJW brings its metal powders to the US market

June 22, 2020

JSJW offers a range of powders including titanium (Courtesy JSJW)

JiangSu JinWu New Material Co., Ltd., (JSJW), headquartered in Taizhou City, Jiangsu Province, China, is introducing its range of metal powders, suitable for Additive Manufacturing, Metal Injection Moulding and thermal spray coating, to the US market under its Superflow brand. The metal powders will be distributed by Kuzma Industrial Corp, located in Brooklyn, New York, USA. 

Having over ten years experience in metal powder manufacturing, JSJW specialises in titanium powder manufacturing. It has two production facilities and 100 tons annual production capacity.

With its advanced R&D and manufacturing facility, the company states that it provides high-quality metal powders at highly competitive prices.

“Our customers rely on our powder products because of high trust in JSJW’s superior technology, reliable equipment and process management. JSJW’s unique IPCA technology produces the powder with very good sphericity, very few satellites, and very low porosity,” the company stated.

www.jsjinwu.com   

www.kuzmaindustrial.com

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