Annealed Refractory and Reactive Metals

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Precision Thin Titanium & Titanium Alloys
from Arnold Magnetic Technologies

There are hundreds of uses for titanium metal in applications ranging from E-beam shielding to drug delivery to aerospace surfaces and structures. Titanium (Ti) offers exceptional characteristics for high overall strength, biocompatibility, corrosion resistance, and workability. Lightweight and... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Rolled / Drawn; Annealed
  • Specifications: UNS
  • Metal / Alloy Type: Titanium
  • Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes; Foil; Strip; Sheet
Cobalt Alloy -- MP35N®
from Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc.

MP35N Superalloy Strip, Coil, Foil & Wire, AMS 5758, AMS 5844, AMS 5845, ASTM F562. APPLICATIONS OF MP35N. Fasteners. Springs. nonmagnetic electrical components. medical instruments. medical and dental devices. seawater. oil and gas well. chemical applications. food processing environments. [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Polished (optional feature); Rolled / Drawn; Annealed; Hardened / Heat Treated (optional feature)
  • UNS R Number: 30035
  • Metal / Alloy Type: Cobalt
  • Specifications: UNS; AMS; ASTM / ASME
Molybdenum Wire
from Luma-Metall AB

Of molybdenum we produce molybdenum wire for different applications. The name molybdenum comes from Ancient greek, molybdos. The silvery metal has the sixth highest melting point of all metals, for example tungsten and rhenium has higher melting points. Molybdenum, moly, is a chemical element with... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Polished; Rolled / Drawn; Annealed
  • Tempers & Finishes: Electrolytically Cleaned, Electrolytically Etched
  • Metal / Alloy Type: Molybdenum
  • Shape / Form: Wire
Copper Beryllium Alloys -- Alloy 165
from Materion Corporation

Alloy 165 by Materion Brush Performance Alloys contains less beryllium than Alloy 25 , which in its age hardened condition attains the highest strength and hardness of any commercial copper base alloy. Alloy 165 also has slightly less strength than Alloy 25. The alloy is also less expensive than... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Annealed; Hardened / Heat Treated
  • Shape / Form: Wire (optional feature)
  • Metal / Alloy Type: Beryllium; Copper Addition or Matrix
  • Applications: Automotive or Vehicular; Electronics or semiconductors; Wear resistant parts or tooling; Wellhead