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Properties and advantages of ferro molybdenum

Date: Jan 9th, 2023
Ferro molybdenum: An iron alloy consisting of molybdenum and iron, generally containing 50 to 60 percent molybdenum, used as an alloy additive in steelmaking. Ferro molybdenum is an alloy of molybdenum and iron. Its main use is as an additive of molybdenum in steelmaking. Adding molybdenum to steel can make steel have uniform fine crystal structure and improve the hardenability of steel, which is conducive to eliminating tempering brittleness. Molybdenum can replace part of tungsten in high speed steel. Molybdenum, in combination with other alloying elements, is widely used in the production of stainless steel, heat-resistant steel, acid-resistant steel and tool steel, as well as alloys with special physical properties. Molybdenum added to cast iron can increase its strength and wear resistance.

Ferro molybdenum is an amorphous metal additive in the production process. It has several excellent properties that can be transferred to new alloys. One of the main benefits of ferro molybdenum alloy is its hardening property, which makes the steel extremely weldability. Ferro molybdenum is one of the five high melting point metals in the country. In addition, adding an alloy to ferro molybdenum can improve corrosion resistance. The properties of ferro molybdenum make it more than a layer of protective film on other metals, suitable for a variety of products.
Ferro molybdenum