Mosten Alloy Co., Ltd.

Leading Supplier of Molybdenum and Tungsten
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Mosten Alloy Co., Ltd.

  • Add: No.88 Jizhong Road,
    Shanghai,China ,201609

  • Tel: +86 21 56656028
  • Fax: +86 21 56656030
  • Email: info@mostenalloy.com

Main applications of molybdenum and molybdenum alloys

  • Mosten
  • 27 Jul

Molybdenum and molybdenum alloys have become important materials for power electronic equipment manufacturing, metallurgical industry, processing industry, aerospace and national defense industry because of their good thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, low expansion coefficient, high temperature strength, low vapor pressure and wear resistance

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The difference between tungsten-copper alloy and tungsten-nickel-iron alloy

  • Mosten
  • 23 Jul

Like tungsten-copper alloy, tungsten-copper alloy is a kind of high density tungsten alloy. Although both of them have the characteristics of high density, high strength, small thermal expansion coefficient, good high temperature resistance and……

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Decryption dart manufacturing phase I: tungsten steel

  • Mosten
  • 22 Jul

Why choose tungsten alloy for darts?

The first darts were made of wood. Copper darts came into widespread use only in the mid-20th century, as industry improved.

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Common problems with 3D printed tungsten products

  • Mosten
  • 21 Jul

Compared with traditional powder metallurgy method, 3D printing (add material manufacturing), although there is a lower production cost, shorter production cycle, production is more efficient and can produce more complex alloy structure etc advantages……

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Tungsten can only be used for light bulbs? Wrong! It is an important part of modern high-tech new materials!

  • Mosten
  • 20 Jul

Tungsten is the refractory metal with the highest melting point. Generally, metals with a melting point higher than 1650℃ and certain reserves and metals with a melting point higher than zirconium (1852℃) are called refractory metals.

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Tungsten alloy X-ray target material

  • Mosten
  • 19 Jul

Tungsten alloy X-ray target" means a tungsten alloy target for anodes used in medical X-ray tubes.X - rays are usually invisible light emitted by matter when microscopic changes take place.

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Why are hot runner nozzles made of titanium zirconium molybdenum (TZM)?

  • Mosten
  • 16 Jul

Since its introduction to the industry, hot runner has played a key role in improving the injection molding process. Although the capital cost is higher than the cold runner, its high production efficiency makes it a more economical option in the long term, and the improvement of system performance can lead to the production of cosmetionally superior parts and increased function of parts.

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Rebirth of refractory metals in the furnace by secondary resource utilization

  • Mosten
  • 15 Jul

Tungsten, tantalum, niobium, rhenium and molybdenum...The refractory metals have very important applications in atomic energy, aerospace, electronic information, medical diagnosis and treatment and other high-tech fields related to national security, national economy and people's livelihood.

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Application of oxide special refractories

  • Mosten
  • 14 Jul

Alumina (corundum) special refractory material
Due to the alumina material products high temperature performance is good, low price, get the most extensive application.

Corundum bricks with high purity, high density and high performance are widely used in large blast furnaces and ladles of steel mills, and good results have been obtained.

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Analysis of molybdenum hafnium carbon alloy

  • Mosten
  • 13 Jul

Like molybdenum titanium zirconium alloy (TZM molybdenum alloy), molybdenum hafnium carbon alloy (MHC alloy) is also a kind of high temperature alloy with transition metal molybdenum as the main raw material.

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Tungsten-rhenium wire

  • Mosten
  • 12 Jul

Tungsten rhenium alloy wire (Tungsten rhenium alloy wire for Sapphire) is a kind of tungsten alloy consisting of tungsten and rhenium. The typical concentrations of rhenium in this alloy are 1%, 3%, 5%, 20%, 25% and 26%, etc.

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What are the mechanical and physical properties of commonly used refractory metals?

  • Mosten
  • 9 Jul

The high melting point metal commonly used in industry is called refractory metal, such as tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, niobium, zirconium and so on. Refractory metals have high melting point, high density, stable crystal structure, high activation energy, and difficult cutting.

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The working principle and construction characteristics of molybdenum electrode

  • Mosten
  • 8 Jul

People who really understand molybdenum battery should know that in recent years the development of molybdenum battery is quite rapid, and in many aspects of the application has achieved very good results, so from the current market situation, should be considered as a very promising battery, then how does the working principle of molybdenum electrode?

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How does the new intelligent Fuxing train carry tungsten and molybdenum on the Beijing-Harbin high-speed railway?

  • Mosten
  • 7 Jul

CR400BF, the new Fuxing intelligent EMU, was officially unveiled on the Beijing-Shanghai, Beijing-Guangzhou and Beijing-Harbin high-speed railway lines. In addition to the joint efforts of scientists and front-line personnel……

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Is the quality of optical glass related to molybdenum electrode?

  • Mosten
  • 5 Jul

Of all the refractory metals, molybdenum is the most commonly used. When made as an alloy, it is highly resistant to high temperatures and creep, making it highly resistant to corrosion.

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New aviation materials take advantage of the trend, tungsten and molybdenum consumption is expected to increase

  • Mosten
  • 2 Jul

In the 21st century, aviation materials are developing in the direction of high performance, high function, multi-function, integration of structure and function, compound, intelligence, low cost and compatibility with environment.

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Molybdenum alloy for rocket engines

  • Mosten
  • 1 Jul

Rocket engines, also known as rocket boosters, are mainly made of lightweight superalloys such as molybdenum alloy, which can not only effectively reduce the weight of aviation equipment, but also extend the service time of boosters.

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Tungsten has a higher melting point than rhenium. Why is rhenium alloy more suitable for aero-engine blades?

  • Mosten
  • 30 Jun

Although tungsten has a higher melting point than rhenium, tungsten alloys are also more difficult to process, more brittle at high temperatures, and more easily oxidized.

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Advantages and disadvantages of tungsten alloy Marine counterweight parts

  • Mosten
  • 29 Jun

Tungsten alloy Marine counterweight parts are ideal materials for Marine counterweight parts. This is not only because it is friendly to the water environment, but also because of the advantages of its high density (18.6g/cm3), easy machining, tensile strength and hardness, which enable the ship to run more steadily.

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Characteristics and application of tungsten alloy shielding parts for medical use

  • Mosten
  • 25 Jun

Tungsten alloy shielding parts are the first choice for radiation shielding, which are widely used in medical, military, electronic and other fields.

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Tungsten radiation shield

  • Mosten
  • 24 Jun

With the destruction of the environment, the harm of radiation to people is gradually strengthened. Therefore, radiation-proof devices are gradually taken seriously by people.

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