Molybdenum is a metallic, silvery-white element which is very stable chemically but it will react with acids. The physical characteristic that makes molybdenum unique is that it has a very high melting point, 4,730 degrees Fahrenheit. This is 2,000 degrees higher than the melting point of steel.
Compared with traditional electrode materials, tungsten-based electrode materials have the characteristics of high melting point, good corrosion resistance, high density, and superior thermal and electrical conductivity, so they are widely used in the field of welding.
In order to avoid environmental pollution caused by military materials, tungsten alloy military products are gradually replacing lead and depleted uranium for bullets and armor-piercing bullets. In the military field, tungsten alloy military products are gradually becoming popular.
Nuclear batteries are also called "radioisotope batteries", or isotope batteries for short. It uses semiconductor transducers to convert the heat energy continuously released by radioisotopes in the decay process into electrical energy.
Because recrystallization TZM alloy at room temperature is fragile and it is hard to deform. So before cool and warm rolling should avoid annealing at perfect recrystallization.
Both cast flanges and forged flanges are commonly used flanges. The cast flanges have accurate rough shape and size, small processing volume, low cost, but have casting defects
TZM alloy has good high temperature mechanical property, but at a high temperature oxidation resistance property is poor. Under high temperature, it unable to form a protective oxide layer, so it must be used at high temperatures in non-oxidizing atmosphere. When the temperature is below 400 ℃
Molybdenum is widely used in heating elements due to its high melting point, high boiling point, and good electrical and thermal conductivity. Mainly include molybdenum conductive rod, molybdenum heating element, molybdenum heating belt and so on.1. Molybdenum conductive rodThe molybdenum conductive