As a preferred forgings supplier to customers across North America, from Massachusetts to Texas, Pennsylvania to Oregon, South Carolina to Michigan, Georgia to Oklahoma, and other regional and national areas in the United States or Canada, such as Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec, CanForge ensures that customers receive only the highest quality forged products. Our forgings are produced from a variety of materials depending on a customer’s application. Those who rely on CanForge for forged products and other components are sure to find the superior materials they need for some of the best values available on the market.
CanForge supplies products in the following materials and more:
Stainless steel represents a group of metals that contain higher levels of chromium and other alloying elements that result in excellent levels of corrosion resistance as well as many other desirable properties. Some stainless steel forgings are hardenable by heat treatment and also exhibit good impact resistance and strength.
Alloy steels are iron-based materials that contain one or more alloying element to create specific properties. One of the most common examples is 4130 Alloy Steel, which contains molybdenum as well as chromium and is hardenable by heat treatment. Please visit the alloy steel forgings page to learn about other alloy steel grades.
Carbon steel is a metal alloy of carbon and steel. There are four types of carbon steels, ranging from low to very high, that are classified by the amount of carbon they contain. Carbon steel forgings exhibit strength, hardness, ductility, and impact resistance.
Encompassing a range of carbon and alloy steels, tool steel is known for toughness and strength which make it ideal for forming tools. Forging tool steel results in a product that retains its cutting edge by resisting deformation as well as abrasion at higher temperatures.
Nickel alloys contain other elements besides nickel depending on what properties are desired. Nickel alloy is extremely ductile and therefore capable of forming excellent forgings. Hastelloy®, Waspaloy®, and Inconel® are all examples of common nickel-based alloys.
Also known as high-performance alloys, superalloys represent a class of materials known for superior resistance to corrosion and oxidation, mechanical strength, and resistance to creep in elevated temperatures. A particular superalloy is chosen based on the alloying elements which produce certain properties.
Resistant to corrosion and heat deformation, Inconel® is the trademarked name for a group of nickel-based superalloys that also contain varying amounts of chromium and iron. Inconel® resists creep, stress rupture, thermal fatigue, and oxidation, which makes it ideal for applications involving heaters, furnace components, gas turbines, chemical processing, and more.
Monel® is an alloy of nickel and copper. Resistant to corrosion and hardenable by heat treatment, Monel® is used in marine applications and saltwater environments as well as in chemical processing where it is exposed to a variety of corrosive media such as acids.