We help customers select, source and store materials that best suit their needs.
Our materials selection strikes a balance between:
Economics • Performance • Application • Environmental Impact
With decades of experience, JAS has helped thousands of customers around the world with their materials needs.
From alloyed materials in bar, tube, powder, wire or plate form to ceramics and epoxies, JAS can supply all of your industrial materials needs.
With its roots based in materials science, JAS helps customers select, source and store materials sourced from all over the world, supplying materials to customers when and where they need it.
By belonging to a large network of materials manufacturers, JAS offers customers access to a wide array of quality materials at competitive rates.
Alloys are supplied in the form of powders, wires and welding rods, depending on the application.
At its St. Petersburg facility, JAS manufactures, blends and coats well over 40 tons of Tungsten, Nickel, Iron, Aluminum and Titanium based alloys each month. We also produce several types of ceramics such as Yttria Stabilized Zirconia and Ti Aluminide
JAS maintains an extensive framework of quality control procedures ensuring our customers receive materials that meet their exacting specifications. Our in-house QC lab allows us to characterize and test materials for chemistry, sizing, flow, density and morphology. Our team of engineers and material scientists carefully certify each lot prior to shipment.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can design an alloy for your needs.
JAS is committed to conserving our natural resources and continuously seeks methods of minimizing industrialized environmental impact. As part of that commitment, JAS has created several processing techniques to remanufacture expended materials. We study the metallography and chemical composition then design countermeasures to bring expended materials back to their original specification ranges. We also support manufacturing methods that utilized powder metallurgy which is considered a green technology because of net shape forming, light weight and low scrap rate.