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Nicrobraz®, Niferobraz ®, and CuBraz™ Powder Shelf Life

Nicrobraz®, Niferobraz ®, and CuBraz™ Powder Shelf Life Shelf Life in our latest Nicrobraz® News Bulletin. Read More

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Nicrobraz® Tape & Sheet Shelf Life

Nicrobraz® Tape & Sheet Shelf Life in our latest Nicrobraz® News Bulletin. Read More

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Nicrobraz® Cements & 'S' Binder™ Shelf Life

We frequently get asked about our shelf-life on Nicrobraz® Cements & ‘S’ Binder™. Learn more by reading our latest Nicrobraz® News Bulletin. Read More

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Nicrobraz® News - Selecting Stop-Off

We are often asked which Nicrobraz® Stop-Off™ product best fits their application, so this issue was created to provide some tips on selecting Stop-Off™.  Read More

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Nicrobraz® Stop-Off™ Shelf Life

We frequently get asked about our shelf-life on Nicrobraz® Stop-Off™. Our Nicrobraz® Stop-Off™ products do not have a shelf life as these materials are not known to breakdown or deteriorate, when properly stored in an unopened container. Read More

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Nicrobraz® Brazing Paste Shelf Life

The shelf-life of our Nicrobraz® Brazing Pastes is a common question. The shelf life period begins with the date of manufacture of the material and is a minimum range of three to nine months.. Read More

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Expanded Metal Powder Characterization Capabilities at Pontardawe R&D Lab

Wall Colmonoy has recently invested in a Morphologi 4 for its Research & Development Lab to expand its metal powder characterization capabilities in the UK Read More

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Open for Business & Ready to Support – Wall Colmonoy Limited (UK)

Wall Colmonoy Limited (UK) maintains its commitment to essential industries during these unprecedented times. Read More

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Alloys for Food Processing - Colmonoy®, Wallex® and Nicrobraz®

Comfort food - packaged, refrigerated or frozen, is making a comeback as we quarantine. Colmonoy®, Wallex™ & Nicrobraz® are used within the food industry. Read More

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Origins of Our Name

Back in 1937, two metallurgists called Mr. Cole and Mr. Edmonds created a new nickel-based alloy. The alloy later became known as Colmonoy. Read More