Insider Updates From Broder Metals Group

API 20F: A Stockholder’s Perspective

API 20F: A Stockholder’s Perspective

To give the full title: API Specification 20F: Corrosion-Resistant Bolting for use in the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries, latest edition (2nd) May 2018 (Effective date 1 November 2018). This standard defines the requirements for the qualification, production and...

Covid-19 Update

We take the health and wellbeing of our staff (and their families), customers and suppliers very seriously, and have adopted the following measures to mitigate risk in the current Covid-19 pandemic. 1. We have conducted a risk assessment of all employees: a. Those “at...

Round Bar Diameter Tolerances Explained

Round Bar Diameter Tolerances Explained

Don’t know your k9 from your h11? Then read on…. All steel bar is purchased to a nominal size (meaning the thickness or diameter depending on whether the bar is flat, square, round, hexagonal, etc). However, due to various types of finishing process that can be used...

Broder Metals Group Attending Engineering Solutions Live

Broder Metals Group Attending Engineering Solutions Live

We’re delighted to announce that Broder Metals Group are attending the Engineering Solutions Live on Thursday 12th March at the British Motor Museum Gaydon, Warwickshire. Engineering Solutions Live – 4 Key Sectors Engineering Solutions Live is a fantastic event for...

Valentine’s Day Poems

Valentine’s Day Poems

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, our staff have been having a go at writing their own (Broder-related) poetry.  A selection of the best (I’m not sure what that says about the other entries!) are below:   Roses are red, Violets are blue We are Broder, The...

How To Weld Alloy UNS R30035

How To Weld Alloy UNS R30035

The combination of the chemistry of UNS R30035 (33-37% Nickel, 19-21% Chrome, and 9-10.5% Molybdenum, small additions of Titanium and Iron (1% max each), Carbon, Manganese, Silicon, Phosphorous and Sulphur (all less than 0.15% each), and with Cobalt as the balancing...

How To Machine Alloy UN S R30035

How To Machine Alloy UN S R30035

The strength, toughness and hardness of UNS R30035 – between 180-230 ksi Yield Strength, and up to 51 HRC - depending on whether produced to meet NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156 or AMS 5844 / AMS 5845 make this a difficult alloy for our customers to tackle, unless they have...

BMG-AT41TM

BMG-AT41TM

Confused about the properties you should look for in Alloy T41 material? Not sure that it is the proper material for your or your customer's needs? Are you being told that material offered from a new source will meet the exacting powergen end users’ requirements, but...