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WA Branch Meeting

WA Branch November 2016 Technical Evening


Title: Site Visit – WA Speciality Alloys (WASA)

Presenter: Michael Lison-Pick

When: Monday 14th November, 2016

Time: 6.00pm, light refreshments will be provided

Where: WA Specialty Alloys (WASA), 2-4 Hopewell Street Canning Vale 6155

Requirements: Please provide own PPE (hardhat, glasses and high vis) if possible. Otherwise WASA can provide. Long sleeves and enclosed shoes are required

Cost: FREE

RSVP: Noon, Monday 13th November 2016 

Booking: Book Here

Western Australian Speciality Alloys (WASA) is an integrated mill specialising in alloy products for the Aerospace, Power Generation and Petroleum Industries. Operating a melting facility in Perth, Western Australia and an open die forging facility in Albury, New South Wales, nickel/cobalt based superalloys and specialist steels are produced as ingot, billet, bar and various forged shapes. WASA has been producing these highly specialised alloy products for over 20 years and are a long term supplier for industry leading manufacturers such as General Electric, Rolls Royce and Boeing. The Perth facility, located in the Canning Vale industrial precinct, operates a Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM) furnace as the primary melting process. 2 Electro-slag Refining furnaces (ESR) and 2 Vacuum Arc Remelting (VAR) furnaces function as the secondary melting processes providing the high levels of control required to solidify superalloys without introducing segregation. The melting furnaces are supported by heat treatment and product finishing infrastructure.

Vacuum Induction Melting Furnace

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