Description of Cobalt Sheet
Cobalt is hard, lustrous, silvery, brittle metal, and is magnetic. It is similar to iron and nickel in physical properties. Cobalt is used in many high-performance alloys, magnets, and magnetic materials. Cobalt alloys are corrosion and wear-resistant, which are applied in gas turbine aircraft engines and other places where require high-temperature strength.
Specification of Cobalt Sheet
Purity: 99%, 99.9%, 99.95%
-Cobalt Sheet: 0.5mm – 10mm
-Cobalt Foil: 0.01mm – 0.4mm
-Cobalt Sheet: 25mm – 900mm
-Cobalt Foil: 25mm -300mm
Length: 200mm – 2000mm
Customization available upon request.
Applications of Cobalt Sheet
As the pie chart indicates, cobalt alloys and compounds are widely used in a range of applications.
The temperature stability of cobalt superalloys makes them ideal for use in gas turbine blades and jet aircraft engines.
Cobalt alloys are corrosion and wear-resistant. This makes them suitable for the medical industry, where cobalt is often used (along with titanium) for orthopedic implants, which has a strict limit for wearing down.
-Cobalt magnetic alloys
Cobalt magnetic alloys including co-based microwires and ribbons can be used in magnetic devices.
Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LiCoO2) is widely used in lithium-ion battery cathodes.
-Other Cobalt compounds
Cobalt salts have been used for centuries to produce brilliant blue colors in porcelain, glass, pottery and enamels. ‘Cobalt blue’ is well-known as a typical blue color in art.
Packaging of Cobalt Sheet
SAMs cobalt sheet is clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.
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