Superwear has added 11 new fully dense titanium carbide wear materials for your most demanding wear applications. Titanium carbide is a material that has higher hardness and offers a much lower coefficient of friction than tungsten carbide. This material is also very unique due to its toughness and ability to be machined in the annealed state.
P/M Krupp has added 10 new fully dense materials to Pacific's current line of M2, T15, and D2 high-speed and tool steels. The new Pacific lineup will include 17-4PH and 440C stainless steels, M4, M35, M42, and T42 high-speed steels. We are also producing a low alloy steel and a high carbon steel, which are fully dense.
Additionally, the P/M Krupp acquisition adds five years of development efforts and a customer base for our PolyAlloys metal injection molding division. We welcome you to see some of the new and interesting components that we mold as a result. Perhaps this will give you some ideas for that difficult-to-engineer component that you have been developing.
We are very pleased with the changes we are making at Pacific in regard to lean manufacturing. The changes are having a dramatic and positive effect on our business. It is making us a stronger partner for you, now and in the future. Manufacturing is changing and restructuring on a worldwide basis. We intend to stay ahead of these changes to enhance the value we offer you.
If you are a current customer, we appreciate your business. If you are a potential customer, find out what we can do for you—you will be positively surprised. Also, note that P/M technology has changed dramatically over the last decade. It is time to give us a second look.
We have worked hard to expand our capabilities. It may be that the expensive parts you are casting or machining would offer you a better value proposition if we were producing it. Give us a chance to look at it and meet with your engineers. You will be pleased with the outcome.