Applications and Industries

Amorphous metals will replace conventional materials in a large number of automotive, industrial, medical and consumer applications, as in the following examples:

Electrical Motors

The extraordinary magnetic properties of amorphous metals make them highly attractive as subcomponents in electrical motors, signficantly increasing overall efficiency.

Electromagnetic components

Amorphous metals allow for high frequency operation and result in dramatically reduced losses in automotive and industrial passive components, such as transformers and inductors.

Low weight designs

Amorphous metals opens up for ultra low weight designs, and still keeping the characteristics of conventional components.

Machine elements

Industrial amorphous metal parts present extraordinary properties in terms of surface hardness, strength, elasticity, wear and corrosion resistance.

Medical parts

The biocompatible, corrosion resistant and hard surface properties of amorphous metals make them perfect for the medical industry.

Consumer products

The unique reflectancy and scratch free features of amorphous metals are highly attractive for high-end profile products such as watches, jewelry, and automotive surfaces..

”In the same way that the inventions of steel in the 1800s and plastic in the 1900s sparked revolutions for industry, a new class of amorphous alloys is poised to redefine materials science as we know it in the 21st century”

NASA