MO1916 Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy (Mo-Ni Alloy)

Catalog No. MO1916
Density 9.2 g/cm3
Appearance Gray metallic solid in various forms (sheets, ingots)
Melting Point 1560℃
Component Al, Si

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies superior Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy (Mo-Ni Alloy) with high purity and specific material characteristics. Customized shapes and component ratio are available upon request.

Related products: TZM Alloy (TZM Molybdenum), Molybdenum Tungsten Alloy (Mo-W Alloy), Molybdenum Hafnium Carbon Alloy (MHC Alloy).

Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy Description

The carbon and silicon content of the molybdenum nickel alloy is extremely low, which reduces the precipitation of carbon and other impurity phases in the heat-affected zone of the weld. At the same time, the low carbon and silicon content make the weld also have sufficient corrosion resistance. It also has good corrosion resistance in various temperatures and concentrations of hydrochloric acid solutions and medium concentration sulfuric acid solutions.

 

Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy Specifications

Element %

50Mo-50Ni

Aluminum

0.050% Max

Calcium

-

Nickel

47-51%

Molybdenum

47-51%

Magnesium

-

Bismuth

-

Boron

0.003% Max

Carbon

0.050% Max

Cobalt

-

Iron

0.50% Max

Lead

-

Manganese

0.010% Max

Phosphorous

0.020% Max

Selenium

-

Silicon

2.20% Max

Silver

-

Sulfur

0.025% Max

Tellurium

-

Tin

-

Zinc

-

Nitrogen

0.015% Max

Oxygen

0.150% Max

Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy Applications

Molybdenum nickel alloy plays an important role in the corrosion-resistant applications of the manufacturing industry and is widely used in petrochemical, energy manufacturing, and pollution control, especially in industries such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosphoric acid, and acetic acid.

Molybdenum Nickel Master Alloy Packing

All packaging materials are suitable for air, sea, and road freight. Vacuum packing is also available for selected alloys. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.

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