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Noble alloys are a group of metal alloys that contain one or more of the noble metals, which include platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium, and osmium. These alloys are used in various industrial applications, such as electronics, automotive, and chemical processing, due to their unique properties.
Noble alloys are often prized for their high resistance to corrosion, high melting points, and excellent conductivity. They are also used in medical applications, such as pacemakers and dental implants, due to their biocompatibility.
Due to the high cost of noble metals, noble alloys can be expensive, but they offer unique properties that make them useful in a variety of industrial and medical applications.
Ferro titanium is an alloy of iron and titanium, usually containing between 45% to 75% titanium. It is produced by combining titanium dioxide with iron in an electric arc furnace. The resulting alloy has a high strength-to-weight ratio, making it useful in a variety of applications where lightweight, high-strength materials are required.
Ferro titanium is commonly used in the steelmaking industry as a deoxidizer and grain refiner, as well as desulfurization and denitrogenating; helping to remove impurities and improve the strength and ductility of steel. It is also used in the production of other alloys, such as stainless steel, where it improves corrosion resistance and strengthens the material.
Ferro tungsten is an alloy of iron and tungsten, typically containing between 70% to 82% tungsten. It is produced by mixing powdered tungsten with powdered iron and melting them together in an electric arc furnace. The resulting alloy is a hard, dense material that is highly resistant to wear and corrosion.
Ferro tungsten is commonly used as an additive in the production of various grades of steel to improve their strength, hardness, and resistance to wear and corrosion. It is also used in the manufacture of other alloys, such as tool steels and superalloys, where its high melting point and excellent thermal and electrical conductivity make it useful.
Ferro tungsten is typically produced in a range of sizes and compositions to meet specific customer requirements. The price of ferro tungsten can vary depending on the tungsten content, the size of the alloy, and the supply and demand of the market.
Ferrovanadium (FeV) is an alloy composed of iron and vanadium. It typically contains around 35% to 85% vanadium, with the remainder being iron and a few impurities. Ferrovanadium is primarily used as an additive in the production of steel to increase its strength, toughness, and resistance to corrosion. It is often used in tool steels, low-alloy steels and other ferrous materials.
Commonly used in hand tools, it is often utilized in the chemical processing industry as Ferrovandium is recognized for its corrosion resistance to alkaline reagents, sulfuric acids and hydrochloric acids.
Ferrovandium is produced through a silicon reduction and/ or aluminum reduction process in an electric are furnace with the aluminum processes generating higher Vandium concentrations.
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