Refractory / Reactive Alloy Master Alloys and Alloying Additives Datasheets

Boron amorphous (B)
from H.C. Starck Inc. - Fabricated Products Group

Boron has the highest tensile strength and the second highest hardness – only diamond carbon is harder. Under increasing temperatures boron exhibits an above-average increase in its electrical conductivity. The various boron modifications have physical and chemical similarities with carbides,... [See More]

  • Metal / Alloy System: Refractory / Reactive; Specialty, Miscellaneous or Unlisted Alloy; Boron
  • Type / Function: Alloying - Microalloying
Molybdenum-Rhenium Rod
from Rhenium Alloys, Inc.

Molybdenum-Rhenium alloys serve a wide range of applications in electronics, furnace, joining, and aerospace industries. Precise alloying of Rhenium with these other refractory metals adds both ductility and strength to suit customer specifications. Rod And Wire That Redefines Performance. [See More]

  • Metal / Alloy System: Molybdenum; Refractory / Reactive
  • Type / Function: Alloying - Master Alloy