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Molybdenum Wire And Rod ( Mo - 2623 °c )


Molybdenum Rod
Form
Rod, Wire

Purity
99.95%

Other Products
Bismuth, Tin, Indium, Cadmium, Lead, Antimony, Zinc, Aluminium,
Copper, Nickel, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Rheinum, Tantalum.

 

Highly refined molybdenum chemicals are hydrogen reduced to molybdenum powder, having a purity of 99.9% minimum. The powder is isostatically pressed and sintered into rods of a uniform fine grained structure. The rods are then drawn down to the required size.

Moly rod / wire drawing is accomplished by coating with a graphite lubricant, heating to a red heat, and then drawing through tungsten carbide or diamond dies. The process is some times referred to as hot cold working, which means that, while the wire is still hot the temperature is still below the recrytsalization range accordingly as the crossectional area is reduced, strength and ductility are increased.

 

Molybdenum Sheet And Plate (Mo - 2623°C)

 

Molybdenum Sheet
Form
Sheet, Plate

Purity
99.95%

Other Products
Bismuth, Tin, Indium, Cadmium, Lead, Antimony, Zinc, Aluminium,
Copper, Nickel, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Rheinum, Tantalum.

 

 

Highly refined molybdenum chemicals are hydrogen reduced to molybdenum powder, having a purity of 99.9% minimum. The powder is isostatically pressed and sintered into slabs of a uniform fine grained structure. The slabs are worked first by hot rolling and then by cold rolling to the thickness specified. Plate ( defined as flat stock with a thickness above 3mm ) is finished by grit blasting and stress relieving. Sheet ( having a thickness up to 3mm ) is generally finished by degreasing and stress relieving.
Molybdenum sheet is processed to obtain maximum ductility for applications involving bending, spinning, drawing or stamping. If the customer designates their specific application, we can supply the best material suited for their use.