Metallurgy & foundry
Metallurgical Engineering is a broad field that deals with all sorts of metal-related
areas. The three main branches are physical metallurgy, extractive metallurgy, and
mineral processing. Physical metallurgy deals with problem solving. At RMRC we develop
the sorts of metallic alloys needed for different types of manufacturing and construction.
Extractive metallurgy involves extracting metal from ore. Mineral processing involves
gathering mineral products from the earth’s crust.
RMRC's engineering design and turn-key project business focus on ferrous, non-ferrous
mining & metallurgy industry. With the advantage of combining the R&D, engineering
and equipment manufacturing together, RMRC can provide the clients with either total
solution or separated service as process development, engineering consultation,
engineering design, equipment procurement, construction management, project commissioning,
The project economic evaluation, feasibility study and industry development planning
could also be executed by RMRC.
We are specializing in complex ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy process development
and its engineering practice. The scope of its research activity includes material
selection, product design, manufacturing process optimisation, design engineering,
failure analysis etc. RMRC also focuses on the secondary metal recycling technology
such as scrap recycling, electronic waste processing, etc.
Our team of experienced and dedicated reverse engineers work to overcome breakdowns
and engineer a spare part solution for your equipment, whatever industry or type
of parts you may need.
Metal fatigue is the progressive structural damage that occurs when a metal is subjected
to repeated loading and unloading. If the loads are larger than a certain size,
tiny cracks will begin to form in the metal. Eventually, the cracks will get large
enough to compromise the structure.
RMRC’s team of metal fatigue experts has experience in metallurgical evaluation
and the analysis of metallurgical failures across a number of industries including
automotive, railroad and transit, construction, and power generation.