Tantalum Sheet / Tantalum Plate Introduction
Tantalum (Ta) is a dark blue-gray metal that is very heavy, ductile and hard and has high corrosion resistance. Tantalum is especially resistant to chemicals at temperatures below 150 °C and can only be dissolved with hydrofluouric acid. It has the fourth highest melting point of all metals and is able to form extremely thin and protective oxide layers for high-quality capacitors, making it an excellent material for lumps.
Applications of SAM Tantalum Sheet / Tantalum Plate:
- Used in laboratory equipment.
- Used as a substitute for platinum.
- Used in manufacturing super alloys and electron-beam melting.
- Used in metallurgical, machinery processing, glass and ceramic industries.
- Used as a superalloy additive in nickel-based alloys.
- Used for sputtering targets.
Tantalum Sheet / Tantalum Plate Specifications:
Thickness: 0.07-10 mm
Width: 30-1000 mm
Length: 30-3000 mm
UNS R05200, UNS R05400
≥99.95% or 99.99%
If you require tantalum in thicknesses less than those shown here, see tantalum foil
Tantalum and Tantalum Alloy
- R05200, unalloyed tantalum, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both
- R05400, unalloyed tantalum, powder-metallurgy consolidation.
- R05255, tantalum alloy, 90 % tantalum, 10 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace of vacuum-arc melt, or both.
- R05252, tantalum alloy, 97.5 % tantalum, 2.5 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both.
- R05240, tantalum alloy, 60 % tantalum, 40 % niobium, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt.
Our tantalum sheets are carefully handled during storage and transportation to preserve the quality of our products their original condition.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for your reference!