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Education and Research

The education and research industry encompasses a wide range of institutions and organizations dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and discovery in various fields. These can include universities, research institutes, and government agencies. The industry has a strong focus on innovation and pushing boundaries to make new discoveries and advances in technology and science.

Why Powders?

Metal powders are used in a variety of ways in education and research, particularly in the fields of materials science and engineering. Researchers can use metal powders to develop and study new materials with unique properties or to improve existing materials. Metal powders can be used to create advanced alloys, conductive materials, and ceramics. They can also be used in additive manufacturing processes to produce 3D printed parts for research and prototyping. 

In education and research, it is important to have access to high-quality metal powders that can be precisely controlled and customized for specific research purposes. The metal powders produced by the ATO Lab Plus ultrasonic metal powder atomizers offer a number of advantages in this regard. They are highly pure and homogeneous, with controlled particle size and shape. This allows researchers to more accurately predict and control the behavior of the material being studied. 

The alloys used in education and research can vary depending on the specific research being conducted. However, common alloys used in research include aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel, and various steel alloys.

Examples of Metal powder applications
in Education and Research industry

Research and development of new alloys and their applications

Producing metal parts for experimental research

Study the behavior of metals and alloys under various conditions

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