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Pure molybdenum, TZM or MoLa Alloy?

SAM prepares our molybdenum to perform perfectly in every application. We can determine the following properties through the addition of various alloys:

  • Physical properties (e.g. melting point, vapor pressure, density, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, thermal expansion, heat capacity)
  • Mechanical properties (e.g. strength, fracture behavior, creep resistance, ductility)
  • Chemical properties (corrosion resistance, etchability)
  • Machinability (e.g. cutting processes, formability, weldability)
  • Recrystallization behavior (recrystallization temperature, embrittlement, aging effects)

And there's more: By using our own customized manufacturing processes, we can modulate various other properties of molybdenum across a wide range of values. The result: Molybdenum alloys with different ranges of properties which are precisely engineered to meet the requirements of each individual application.

Name of material

Chemical composition (percentage by weight)

Mo (pure)

>99.97

TZM

0.5 % Ti / 0.08 % Zr / 0.01 - 0.04 % C

Mo-Lanthanoxid (ML)

ML

0.3 % La2O3

MLR (R = Recrystallized)

0.7 % La2O3

MLS (S = Stress relieved)

0.7 % La2O3

MoILQ (ILQ = Incandescent Lamp Quality)

0.03 % La2O3

MoNb

MoNb10

9.71 % Nb

 

 

Keywords: Molybdenum alloys,TZM,Mo (pure),Mo-Lanthanoxid (ML)


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