Molybdenum is a metal that has a very high melting point and seems to be grey in colour. However, its melting point is significantly lower than that of tungsten and tantalum. Although it can be found in a variety of oxidation levels inside minerals, it does not normally occur as a free metal in its natural condition. The formation of carbides that are both hard and stable is made easier by the presence of molybdenum. Because of this property, molybdenum is a component that is commonly utilised in the production of steel alloys, high-strength alloys, and superalloys. Compounds containing molybdenum often have a limited ability to dissolve in water.
Pigments and catalysts are two examples of applications in industry where these materials are put to work under extreme conditions of pressure and temperature. Molybdenum Sheet has a strong creep resistance, great strength, and consistent internal structure, making it ideal for use in high temperature applications. As a result, molybdenum sheets have a wide variety of applications, including those in the electronic industry, heat shields, molybdenum boats, molybdenum crucibles, and so on. When it comes to manufacturing high-quality molybdenum sheets, the most important factors are the use of high-quality raw materials, adherence to industry-standard operating procedures, and the utilisation of suitable production techniques.
Standard Specification For Molybdenum Sheets :
|Density :||10.28 g/cm3|
|Grades :||Pure Moly|
|Thickness :||0.1 to 50 mm, 5-50 mm, 1 mm to 50 mm , 5-50 mm CUSTOMIZED|