Clad Metals (A composite of two or more dissimilar metals)

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Clad Metals (A composite of two or more dissimilar metals)

Overview & Features

Clad Metals are the materials consisting of two or more different metals bonded together. It is a highly functional metal material with composite properties that cannot be obtained with a single material.
In Clad Metals, the boundary surfaces between dissimilar metals are diffusion bonded (alloyed by elemental diffusion), so there is less concern about delamination as in plating.

The main features of Clad Metals:

(1) Various combinations are possible
(2) High flexibility in thickness ratio of base material and cladding material
(3) Multi-layer lamination is possible, not limited to two layers.
(4) Striped inlay cladding is also available.

Clad Metals can help reduce total costs by reducing processes and lead time and improving quality.

The figure below shows the standards of clad shapes.
Multiple stripes, inlay and double-sided inlay is also available, so please feel free to contact us.

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It is possible to combine with other composite metal materials.

Clad Metals

A clad metal is two or more metals bonded together to form a single metal by bonding the metal boundary surfaces.

Composite Metal Materials

Composite metal materials are materials composed of a single metal with additional functions. Combining multiple functions in a single product makes it possible to reduce the number of processes and reduce total costs.

Cold Spray Cladding

Low-Temperature Thermal Spraying Cladding Material


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