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                                  Introduction

                                  Goodfellow is well known as a specialist supplier of metals, alloys, ceramics, polymers and other materials, with no minimum order quantity, to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide.

                                  Goodfellow offers two distinct services to meet the requirements of our customers:

                                  • The first meets the needs of our customers who need small quantities of products from our standard range of materials for delivery within 24-48 hours.
                                  • The second service is for those who require larger quantities or further processing of our standard products or who need an item which falls within our general area of supply expertise.

                                  The range of materials offered by Goodfellow is extensive as are the forms in which the various products are available. This website provides a detailed listing of our standard products which are available ex-stock, with prices and technical information. Send us an enquiry email to request materials not found in our catalogue.

                                  Materials

                                  Metals and Alloys

                                  Goodfellow supplies virtually all of the pure metals from Aluminium to Zirconium as well as a comprehensive range of alloys. Most are available in a variety of forms, including rod, wire and foil. The on-line catalogue details those materials which are available as standard products from stock. Custom-made items are also available, so please contact us if you are unable to identify the item you require.

                                  Ceramics

                                  The ceramic materials offered by Goodfellow have been carefully chosen and include both the established, as well as more recently developed products. All are available as either standard or custom-made products in a variety of forms and sizes. The on-line catalogue  details those items which are available from stock; please contact us if you are unable to find the specific item you require.

                                  Glasses

                                  Goodfellow offers two distinct types of glass products; silica-based, non-crystalline (amorphous) solids and non-crystalline (amorphous) "metallic glasses" or "glassy metals". The majority of these items are made to order. Please contact us with details of your requirements.

                                  Polymers

                                  The range of polymers supplied by Goodfellow is broad and includes both the familiar as well as some of the more unusual or recently developed materials. The on-line catalogue details those items which are available from stock; please contact us if you are unable to find the item you specifically require.

                                  Compounds & Intermetallics

                                  Goodfellow can supply aluminides, borides and silicides as well as other intermetallics and compounds. The majority of these items are made to order and the on-line catalogue details those which are available. Please contact us with details of your requirements.

                                  Composites

                                  Some examples of these materials are listed in the on-line catalogue.  As some of these are manufactured on a custom-made basis, please contact us with details of your requirements.

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