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The chemical industry is a complex and diverse sector that includes companies involved in the production of a wide range of chemicals, such as petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and specialty chemicals. The industry requires materials that are highly resistant to chemical and thermal stresses, with precise composition and particle size. The chemicals produced by this industry are used in a variety of applications, including the manufacture of plastics, fertilizers, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals.

Why Powders?

Metal powders are used in the chemical industry for a variety of applications. They are used as catalysts for chemical reactions and in the production of various chemical compounds. Metal powders are also used in the manufacture of chemical reactors and other equipment, where they provide corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, and durability. 

ATO Lab Plus ultrasonic metal powder atomizers produce high-quality metal powders with fine particle size distribution, high purity, and tailored morphology, which are essential for various applications in the chemical industry. These powders offer excellent chemical resistance and mechanical properties, making them ideal for use in harsh chemical environments. In addition, the controlled particle size and morphology of ATO metal powders allow precise control of chemical reactions, making them highly effective catalysts. 

The chemical industry uses a wide range of alloys, including stainless steel, nickel alloys, copper alloys and titanium alloys. These alloys are selected for their specific properties, such as corrosion resistance, strength, and durability, and are used in various chemical processes and equipment.

Examples of Metal powder applications
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Platinum, palladium, and nickel metal powders are frequently used as catalysts in a variety of chemical reactions.


Iron oxide and titanium dioxide are two examples of metal powders that are frequently used as pigments in paints, coatings, and other chemical products.

Conductive coatings

Conducive coatings for electronic devices and other applications are frequently made using metal powders like copper, silver, and gold.

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