Zirconium is a rare metal with amazing corrosion resistance, high melting point, high hardness, and strength. It is widely used in aerospace, military, nuclear reaction, and atomic energy fields. In the video below, there is an experiment that explains why zirconium is a metal that can be used in nuclear reactors. Initially, zirconium was not […]
Tungsten is a chemical element with the chemical symbol W and atomic number 74. After Carbon, Tungsten has the highest melting point of all elements. Tungsten is among the heaviest metals found on Earth. It has excellent high-temperature mechanical properties, with the lowest expansion coefficient and highest conductivity of all metals, which has been widely […]
Titanium rods and round bars are made from a corrosion-resistant material that has one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios of all metals. Due to the wear resistance, corrosion resistance, high-temperature resistance and non-magnetic properties of titanium rods, it is used in the main parts of equipment, shaft body, solid parts, mixing shaft, etc. In addition, […]
A tungsten crucible is one of the products of the tungsten metal. As the melting point of tungsten is as high as 3410℃, the tungsten crucible can be divided into spinning, stamping, forging and sintering according to different manufacturing processes. Spinning tungsten crucible Spinning tungsten crucible refers to the tungsten crucible produced by spinning forming. […]
Molybdenum mining and processing technology have been improving since 1916, when Climax molybdenum was first mined near Leadville, Colo. At present, the main molybdenum mines in the world are distributed in the countries near the American continental divide, such as Canada, the United States, Mexico, Peru, Chile and China, and the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent […]
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