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  • Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys-Image
    Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys - (111 companies)
    Tungsten and tungsten alloys are refractory metals or alloys with a very high melting point and high density. How to Select Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys. Tungsten and tungsten alloys are heavy refractory metals or alloys with a very high melting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels - (1062 companies)
    Carbon steels are steels in which the main alloying additive is carbon. Alloy steels are steels alloyed with other metals or materials in addition to carbon to improve properties. How to Select Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels. Carbon steels... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Welding Alloys - (354 companies) a mixture of the filler alloy and base metal. Welding Alloy Basics. Several factors should be considered when selecting a welding alloy such as the metals or alloys to be welded, the type of welding process used, and the applicable standards... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fusible Alloys - (14 companies)
    Fusible alloys have low melting points, usually below 300 o F. Many fusible alloys have eutectic compositions. Fusible alloys are used as work holders, electroforming mandrels, tube bending aids, fire sprinkler parts, steam boiler relief plug, resin... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Master Alloys and Alloying Additives - (86 companies)
    Master alloys and alloying additives are alloy element concentrates, grain refiners, hardeners, deoxidants and other agents added into a melt or metal powder blend to produce a particular alloy, modify a melt or alter processing characteristics. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Bimetals and Clad Alloys - (67 companies)
    Bimetals and clad alloys consist of two or more different alloy layers that are integrally bonded together; usually into a metal plate, strip, sheet, or other stock shape. How to Select Bimetals and Clad Alloys. Bimetals and clad alloys consist... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys - (81 companies)
    How to Select Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys. Molybdenum and molybdenum alloys are refractory metal and alloys with a very high melting point (non-alloy 2623 C) and a low thermal expansion coefficient. They are used to fabricate evaporation... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Braze and Brazing Alloys - (143 companies)
    ...that of the base metal). The most versatile brazing alloys are made up of three or more metals, called a trifoil. They consist of a copper base layer that is coated on each side with a brazing alloy. The copper absorbs mechanical stresses and acts as a diffusion... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys - (136 companies)
    ...molybdenum alloys. However, several low-carbon, wrought cobalt-nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloys exist to satisfy the need for a corrosion resistant cobalt base alloy. Shapes and Specifications. Selecting metal alloys requires an analysis... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lead, Tin, and Low Melting Alloys - (122 companies)
    ...differ based on the material or alloy composition. Applications. Low melting metal alloys are used as a constituent in fusible alloys for use in fuses, thermostats, switches, barometers, thermal management products, tube bending, lens blocking... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...involving more than 400 subjects. Traditionally limited by their brittleness, modern ceramics are often durable enough to be suited for joint-replacement procedures. "The design of artificial ceramic joints has improved considerably in recent years, " says Wolfram Mittelmeier, the director...

...uses tungsten heavy metal alloys in armaments, and medical applications for tungsten include radiation shielding. Tungsten is also used in pigments. The metal appears as number 74 in the periodic table of elements, and its chemical symbol is W, for tungsten's original name, "Wolfram.". The word...

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