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Molybdenum (Mo) is gray-metallic and has the third highest melting point of any element next to tungsten and tantalum. It is found in various oxidation states in minerals but does not occur naturally as a free metal. Molybdenum is well-known for its strength and stability in high-heat applications. It is often alloyed with other compounds to improve corrosion resistance and strength at high temperatures. Consequently, molybdenum is frequently used for making steel alloys, high strength alloys, and superalloys. Molybdenum compounds usually have a low solubility in water. Industrially, they are used in high-pressure and high-temperature applications such as pigments and catalysts.
Molybdenum spinning nozzles are mainly used for wool and fiber production. Glass wool and glass fiber are manufactured at temperatures of over 1600 °C (2912 °F). During the production process, the liquid melt passes through outflow molybdenum nozzles or tungsten nozzles. The melt is then either blown or spun to create the finished product.
We manufacture our molybdenum heat shields according to your engineered drawing.
Our moly spinning nozzles are 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.
MHC1785 Molybdenum Hafnium Carbon Alloy (MHC Alloy)
MO1789 Molybdenum Pellets (Mo Pellets)
MO1791 Molybdenum Tungsten Alloy (Mo-W Alloy)
CM1793 Molybdenum Copper Alloy (Cu-Mo Alloy)
NR1896 Molybdenum Nitride Powder (MoN Powder) (CAS No. 12033-19-1)
MO1916 Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy (Mo-Ni Alloy)
MU2913 Ammonium Molybdate Tetrahydrate Powder (CAS 12054-85-2)
MU3440 Molybdenum Mesh, Mo Mesh
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