Special Metals Wiggin Limited begins making specialty alloys in 1835.
During World War II, Wiggin Alloys invents the NIMONIC® family of alloys for gas turbine engines.
Huntington Alloy Works was founded in 1922, where researchers began creating most of today’s alloy families
Special Metals Corporation was born 1998 with the acquisition of Inco Alloys International Inc.
The name that started it all, Wiggin Limited began producing specialty alloys in 1835—setting the standard for innovation that Special Metals still follows today.Learn More
WASA specializes in the production of super alloy products, as well as advanced melting capabilities for the purest product quality.Learn More
Major supplier to the Australasian and Southeast Asian mining and quarrying industries, retaining a continuing high profile in the worldwide oil and gas exploration industry.Learn More
As the largest facility of its kind in the world, the Huntington facility is the principal production site for Special Metals operations in the U.S.—devoted exclusively to the development, production and sale of nickel alloys.Learn More
A leader in the management of nickel- and cobalt-based superalloy and titanium alloy recycling for the aerospace, land-based turbine and chemical industries.Learn More
Special Metals Welding Products solves engineering problems with innovative new welding alloys and consumables to meet evolving customer needs.Learn More
Two of the best pilot plant facilities in the world, combined to one integrated resource when it comes to the melting and conversion of custom nickel-, titanium-, cobalt- and iron-based alloys.Learn More