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Introduction The field of manufacturing has witnessed significant advancements over the years, driven by the need for innovative and high-performance materials. Ta10W powders, a tantalum-tungsten alloy, have emerged as a game-changing material that meets the demands of modern manufacturing. With their unique properties and versatility, Ta10W powders have paved the way for enhanced performance, efficiency, […]
Introduction Spherical tantalum powder has emerged as a game-changer in the aerospace and medical industries. This advanced powder form offers unique properties that make it an ideal choice for critical applications in these sectors. In this article, we will explore how spherical tantalum powder is breaking barriers and revolutionizing the aerospace and medical industries. Hope […]
Introduction Master alloys, made from two or more elemental metals, are used to introduce specific elements into the final alloy. Their characteristics, such as hardness, strength, and even color, are rather different from the constituent elements. Master alloys are commonly utilized as additives to improve the properties of alloys for a wide range of applications. […]
Introduction Tantalum is a rare, hard, and corrosion-resistant metal that has many industrial applications. Recently, spherical tantalum powder has gained popularity in the field of 3D printing. In this article, we will discuss its properties and applications in this field. Hope that you can have a better understanding and get quality spherical tantalum powder for […]
Introduction Hafnium is a silvery-white metal that is chemically similar to zirconium. It is a corrosion-resistant metal with a high melting point, making it useful in a variety of applications. One form of hafnium that is becoming increasingly popular is the hafnium crystal bar. In this article, we will briefly introduce the features and applications […]
Zr702 & Zr705 Zirconium the element (Zr, 40) is located in Group 4 and Period 5 in the periodic table. It is a silver-gray metal with impressive strength and corrosion resistance. The applications of zirconium include heat exchangers, pipe and fittings, pump and valve housings, nuclear power reactors, sputtering targets, etc. There are mainly two […]
Introduction Crucibles are essential components used in laboratories or research facilities where high-temperature processes are carried out. They are used to hold and heat samples or substances to very high temperatures for analysis, purification, or other applications. Crucibles are made of various materials, including ceramics, glass, metals, and alloys, and come in different shapes and […]
Introduction The glass manufacturing industry is boosting with a market of 106.44 billion dollars in 2021, and millions of tons of glass are produced every day using molybdenum electrodes and other agents. Here, we are going to focus on glass melting and the molybdenum electrodes it employs. Hope that you can have a better understanding […]
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The addition of molybdenum greatly increases the strength, toughness, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, and weldability of all types of alloy steels. Although molybdenum is primarily used in the steel industry, it has a wide range of properties that are expanding its use in other alloys and in the chemical industry. Traditional Mo-Co/Al2O3 and Mo-Ni/Al2O3 are […]
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Titanium-Aluminum-Niobium-Zirconium-Molybdenum Alloy for Submersible Shell Compared with titanium alloys, titanium-aluminum-niobium–zirconium–molybdenum alloys are more suitable for producing deep submersible shells with high comprehensive performance. This is mainly due to its superior welding performance, impact toughness, fracture toughness, and corrosion resistance. In this article, let’s take a closer look at the titanium-aluminum-niobium-zirconium-molybdenum alloy for submersible shells. Since the […]
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