Exotic Metal Expertise

At ENI, we don't shy away from exotic metals.

Some metals can be intimidating to work with. Titanium is too difficult to weld. Zirconium is too expensive to risk making an error.

Not for us.

We will work with any metal and we will make any metal work. Our confidence isn't unfounded. It takes skill and experience to work with exotic metals. Luckily, we have both. We employ welders, machinists, engineers, and assembly experts who have experience with even the most unusual materials and alloys.

Here are just a few of the metals we work with on a regular basis:

Carbon Steel

  • Low Carbon
  • Alloy 4130/4140
  • Structural Steel
  • Ultra High Maraging grades
  • High Yield Strength HY80, 100, 130, 180

Stainless Steel

  • Austenitic 300 Series
  • Specialty Nitronic
  • Precipitation Hardening
  • Borated for neutron absorption

Nickel Alloy

  • NiCu Monel
  • NiCrFe Inconels
  • Hastelloy


  • Commercially Pure
  • 6AL‐4V
  • 6AL‐4V ELI
  • 3AI‐2.5V

Aluminum Steel

  • 2000 Series
  • 5000 Series
  • 6000 Series
Using the Highest Quality Metals — And Keeping Them That Way

Quality Assurance plays a central role in every service we provide — but never more so than in the case of exotic metals.

Part of our quality assurance plan is to make sure the team assigned to a project consists of professionals who have experience with the materials required for that specific job.

We check the materials to ensure they are of the highest quality. We provide certificates of origin, which ensures the metal maintains its initial quality, pedigree, and identity. These certificates also assure clients that the project utilized the exact materials that they ordered. We can even perform independent alloy identity tests throughout the project using X‐Ray Fluorescent (XRF) analyzers to further guarantee that the alloy we're delivering is exactly what the client specified.