Molybdenum cylinder and ingot can be made into rods, wire, pellets, and other molybdenum products.
Surface Finish for molybdenum cylinder
Black –Surface covered with processing lubricants and oxides.
Finish turning- Surface is machined by turning, similar with grinding.
Ground – Surface is center-less ground to remove all coating and to achieve precise diameter control.
Molybdenum cylinder is manufactured to customized lengths in diameters ranging from 0.16″ to 6″. Long cylinder with small diameter will be called rod, while cylinder with large diameter is called ingot. Cylinder will small diameter and length can be called as pellets.
Specification for Moly cylinder & ingot
|Standard||ASTM B387, Type 361/364|
|Process||Drawing, swaging, Forging|
|Purity||Mo≥99.95%, TZM Alloy, MoLa Alloy|
|Surface||Black oxide, Grinding, Finish turning|
We also provide TZM alloy cylinder and Mo-La alloy cylinder and ingot per drawings.
Packing of Moly cylinder & ingot
Regularly, our cylinders and ingots (TZM alloy cylinder, Mo-La cylinder) are packed in wooden crate, cartons are also used for small pellets.
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Molybdenum is used for its extremely high melting point and relative flexibility. Molybdenum has a melting point of 2,623 °C. Molybdenum has a high elastic modulus, and only tungsten and tantalum have higher melting points. Typical applications for Molybdenum are crucibles, evaporation boats, propulsion components, x-ray tube, lighting industry, glass melting electrodes, high temperature furnaces, sputtering targets, heat sinks, heating elements, electrodes, stirrers, orifice plates, support members, mandrels, shields, sintering trays, filaments, furnace windings, thermocouple sheathes, nose cones, nozzles, jet tabs, contacts, brazing fixtures, boring bars, tools, heat radiation shields, cathodes, and aircraft and missile parts and nuclear energy applications where high temperature resistance is crucial.