• Specifications: Customization
  • Shape: Lumpy/Granular
  • Usage: Steel Industry/Foundry Industry
  • Particle size: 10-30mm, 10-50mm, 30-50mm
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Ferromolybdenum is an amorphous metal additive in the production process that has several favorable properties that are transferred to the new alloy. One of the main benefits of ferromolybdenum is its hardening properties, making steel extremely weldable, one of the high melting point metals. In addition, the addition of molybdenum to the alloy can improve corrosion resistance. It has an extra layer of protective film on other metals and is suitable for various products. 

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Mainly used in steel industry, foundry industry and special fields

1. As an additive of molybdenum in steelmaking. Adding molybdenum to the steel can make the steel have a uniform fine-grained structure, improve the hardenability of the steel, and help eliminate temper brittleness. In high-speed steel, molybdenum can replace part of tungsten. Molybdenum is widely used in combination with other alloying elements to produce stainless steel, heat-resistant steel, acid-resistant steel and tool steel, as well as alloys with special physical properties.

2. Adding molybdenum to cast iron can increase its strength and wear resistance. It is used in the production of wear-resistant and heat-resistant cast iron, and is widely used in metallurgical building materials, machinery, geology and other industries.

3. Depending on the content and range of molybdenum, produce ferroalloys, which are suitable for machine tools and equipment, military equipment, oil refinery tubing, load-bearing parts and rotating maneuvers.

4. Ferromolybdenum is also used in cars, trucks, locomotives, ships, etc.


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