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    Fluxes - (218 companies)
    Fluxes are chemical compositions used in soldering, brazing and welding. They clean the metal 's surface, assist with heat transfer, and remove unwanted oxide films. How to Select Fluxes. A flux dispensing pen | Rosin paste | Welding flux. Image... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Precious Metals and Alloys - (157 companies)
    ...transfer efficiency. Palladium is a lustrous silvery-white metal that is the least dense and has the lowest melting point of the platinum group metals (PGM). It is soft and ductile when annealed and greatly increases its strength and hardness when... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Metal Powders (powdered metals) - (224 companies)
    How to Select Metal Powders. Metal powders are finely divided or powdered metals used in fabricating sintered parts, thermal spraying, filling plastics, and other specialized applications. Powdered metals include most types of metals. Powder... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Nonferrous Metals and Alloys - (1624 companies)
    ...nonferrous materials used in their pure form and in alloys include cobalt, lead, magnesium, molybdenum, titanium, and tungsten. Specifications and Properties. Selecting metals and metal alloys requires an analysis of the desired specifications... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Amorphous Metals - (15 companies) random arrangement in the solid. They exhibit a high viscosity in molten form which prevents proper molecular alignment, giving them better resistance to plastic deformation. Types of Amorphous Metals. There are two types of metallic glasses: metal... Learn More
  • Rolled Metals and Drawn Metals - (226 companies)
    ...size in metals for improved strength and ductility. Cold rolling is when the temperature of the metal is worked below its recrystallization temperature. It is usually applied as a finishing process after hot rolling to enhance strength and hardness... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Metal Sheet - (816 companies)
    ...thickness, gauge thickness, overall width, secondary width, and overall length. Types of Metals and Alloys. The GlobalSpec SpecSearch Database contains information and listings for different metals and alloys used to create metal sheets. Each can... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Ferrous Metals and Iron Alloys - (1646 companies)
    ...and iron alloys and materials. Iron. Iron is a soft, silvery metal that is the fourth most abundant element in the Earth 's crust. Pure iron is unobtainable by smelting, but small amounts of impurities can make iron many times stronger than it exists... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Metal Wire - (512 companies)
    ...for different metals and alloys. Each can be classified as either a ferrous or non-ferrous metal. Ferrous metals and alloys are metals containing iron as the base metal in the alloy. Ferrous metal wires are used in a variety of industrial applications... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Metal Tubes - (748 companies) stronger and most robust, making it better suited for structural applications and high-pressure fluid flow. Common metals used to construct metal tubing include stainless steel, copper, steel, brass, and aluminum. Metal tubing made of proprietary... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Solid Waste Management
    pressure and the leach residue is smelted in precious metals furnace along with fluxes .
  • Predicting phase equilibria in oxide and sulphide systems.
    Current applications include the selection of suitable fluxing practices in copper and nickel smelting , analysing the operation of the Kennecott copper smelter, optimising the recovery of precious metals and investigating refractory wear.
  • The Physical Society's Exhibition - London 1952
    The Sheffield Smelting Co. Ltd., besides precious metals and alloys, make a ready fluxed silver solder which permits neat joints to be effected in difficult places.
  • Mineral Waste Treatment and Secondary Recovery
    Waste gases containing precious metal com- ponents were recovered by collecting in washing mud and then fluxing , sintering and smelting in the blast furnace.73 Murai et al.,74 reported that zinc removal efficiency from a blast furnace gas cleaning system was...
  • ZNCTA2000P003
    ...Electrolysis Decomposition Decomposition Chlorine Reduction Hydrogen Water Nickel-cobalt sulfide for further treatment Ammonium sulfate solution Iron-nickel powder Nickel pellets Nickel powder Nickel Precious metals cathode residue, cobalt oxide... ...Air Sulfur dioxide Drying Flux Sulfur dioxide Smelting Slag to dump Furnace...
  • Recycling technique
    In the contaminated and poor noble metal wastes as well as in dissolving arrears of the Cu enrichment method (7 section 5.7.3, "resolution of noble metals in lead or copper melts ") there are noble metals almost exclusively as metals... Some information is supplied to it: hydrochloric acid and noble metals don't dissolve hydrofluoric acid.
  • Introduction into the Technical chemistry
    This is a particularly valuable product, to let itself according to the same principle of that pure metals obtain. Enamel flow -electrolyses .
  • Non-Ferrous And Precious Metals Extraction From Complex Sulfide Concentrates By Pyrometallurgical Processing
    The complex composition of the Blagojev Kamen sulfide concentrate with high content of non-ferrous (15.59% Pb, 9.05% Zn, 2.37% Cu) and precious (697 g/t Au and 744 g/t Ag) metals was the main factor for technological procedure and... Laboratory investigations are done in four series according to technological scheme: oxidizing roasting, charge preparation ( flux addition and agglomeration), smelting under reducing conditions, lead bullion refining, Dore metal refining to final products.
  • Lead Smelting In The Ore Hearth II. The Development Of The Ore Hearth: Its Smelting Column
    The natural field of operation of the hearth, as determined by the ores available, was seen to lie in the Central United States, with their lead concentrates containing negligible quantities of precious metals and. with few ores... ...available for use as fluxes . ...hearth, or "ore" hearths developed from them, was not always used; the usual smelting practice was followed...
  • Kinetic Aspects of Gold and Silver Recovery in Cementation with Zinc Power and Electrocoagulation Iron Process
    Then, the cathodes from the carbon adsorption process or the precipitates from the Merrill Crowe process ( metal displacements) are then melted in crucible furnaces along with fluxing materials such as borax, niter and silica. The resultant product from smelt- ing is Dore bullion of precious metals typically analyzing more than 95 percent of precious metals.
  • Copper and Cyanide Recovery in Cyanidation Effluents
    In the Merrill-Crowe process, the copper is precipitated along with gold and silver, resulting in a higher consumption of zinc dust, fluxes in the smelting of the precipitate and shorter life for crucibles. For these reasons, copper must be separated from the precious metals by digesting the silver/gold/zinc precipitated in sulfuric acid prior to smelting.

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