MW1915 Magnesium Nickel Master Alloy

Descriptions of Magnesium Nickel Master Alloymagnesium-nickel-master-alloy

Magnesium Nickel alloy is a maste alloy obtained by high-temperature melting means of metallic nickel and metallic magnesium. Nickel can increase the tensile strength and mechanical properties of the material. At the same time, it is also a hydrogen storage alloy, which is lighter in weight, higher in hydrogen storage density and less environmentally polluted than other hydrogen storage alloys.

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Specifications of Magnesium Nickel Master Alloy

Element %

5Mg-95Ni

15Mg-85Ni
Aluminum

Calcium

Nickel

Balance

Balance

Molybdenum

Magnesium

4-6%

14-17%

Bismuth

0.0005% Max

Boron

Carbon

0.05% Max

0.10% Max

Cobalt

0.10% Max

Iron

0.10% Max

0.20% Max

Lead

0.001% Max

0.004% Max

Manganese

0.20% Max

Phosphorous

0.01% Max

Selenium

0.0005% Max

Silicon

0.15% Max

0.20% Max

Silver

0.0005% Max

0.004% Max

Sulfur

0.005% Max

0.01% Max

Tellurium

0.0005% Max

Tin

0.004% Max

Zinc

0.004% Max

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Applications of Magnesium Nickel Master Alloy

– Used as a nodulizer. The main role is to change the state of the graphite and increase the hardness of the rolls.
– Used as a negative electrode material for nickel-metal hydride batteries.
– Additives for ductile iron that enable the efficient addition of Mg to the molten iron.
– Turbocharger shell.
– Internal combustion engine exhaust pipe

Packaging of Magnesium Nickel Master Alloy

All packaging materials are suitable for air, sea and road freight. Vacuum packing is also available for selected alloys. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.

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