Low Carbon Femo70% Ferro Molybdenum Ferromolybdenum Welding Consumables
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|Temper||O - H112,H14,H18,O,H26||Grade||3000 Series,all Alloy,184.108.40.206.6.7series,1000 3000 5000 6000 Series,3*** 5*** 6*** 7*** 8***|
|Alloy Or Not||Is Alloy,Non-alloy||Application||Construction,Building,Roofing,etc,Home Appliance|
|Width||0-1550mm,100-1900mm,From 650mm To 1250 Mm,80mm,30||Surface Treatment||Coated,Embossed|
|Surface||PE Coated,polished,Wooden Grain/Marble/ Flower /Brick/Camouflage Coated,smooth/embossed,hair Line||Color||Silver,RAL Color,Blue,Ral Or As Request,Aluminum|
|Thickness||0.3-12mm,0.5mm,0.23-0.68mm,0.01mm~20mm,From 0.14mm To 1.0 Mm|
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Welding consumables Ferromolybdenum
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How is Ferro molybdenum made?
The alloy is produced by heating a mixture of molybdenum(VI) oxide MoO3, aluminium, and iron. The oxide and the aluminium combine via an aluminothermic reaction to give molybdenum in situ. The ferromolybdenum can be purified by electron beam melting or used as it is.
The ferromolybdenum manufacturing process begins with molybdenum being mined and transformed into molybdenum (VI) oxide (MoO3). MoO3 is mixed with iron oxide and aluminum and then reduced by an aluminothermy reaction.
Electron-beam melting is applied to purify the ferromolybdenum. The final alloy product is produced in the form of small briquettes or fine powder. Ferromolybdenum is usually supplied in bags or steel drums.
The largest application area of ferromolybdenum is in the manufacture of ferrous alloys. Based on the range of molybdenum content, ferromolybdenum can be applied in the manufacture of machine tools and equipment, military hardware, refinery tubing, load-bearing parts and rotary drills.
Ferromolybdenum is also used in cars, trucks, locomotives and ships. Ferromolybdenum is added to stainless and heat-resisting steels that are used in synthetic fuel and chemical plants, heat exchangers, power generators, oil-refining equipment, pumps, turbine tubing, ship propellers, plastics and inside acid storage containers.
Tool steels that contain a higher percentage of ferromolybdenum are used in high-speed machining parts, drill bits, screwdrivers, dies, cold work tools, chisels, heavy castings, rolls, cylinder blocks, ball and rolling mills, piston rings and large drill bits.