Standford Advanced Materials supplies Refractory Metals (such as W, Mo, Ta, Nb) and Non-ferrous Metals (Such as Ti ). These metals are used widely in different fields according to their properties. E.g.: Tungsten and Molybdenum parts can be used in high temperature environments, titanium materials is widely as corrosion resistant parts. Please click the separate items for details.
Refractory metals are a group of metals. These metals are particularly resistant to water and heat. The definition of which elements belong to this group varies. These metals share some properties, including a high hardness at room temperature and a melting point of above 2000 degrees Celsius. Powder metallurgy is the method of choice for fabricating components from these metals because of their high melting points.
Non-ferrous metals are a group of metals. There’s no appreciable amount of iron in these metals. They have desirable properties such as higher conductivity, low weight, resistance to corrosion and non-magnetic property. Important non-ferrous metals include titanium, tin, nickel, lead, copper, zinc and aluminum. They are generally obtained through carbonate, sulfides, silicates and other minerals.
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