Ferro Molybdenum is an alloy which is formed by combining Iron & Molybdenum. Ferro Moly is a hardening agent & is found in many alloy steels. Molybdenum prevents corrosion in Stainless steel and when mixed with Iron, it also hardens & strengthens into austenite. The alloy is produced by heating/melting a mixture of Molybdenum Oxide & Iron. It can be produced in an Induction/Arc furnace or by aluminothermic reaction.
FeTi comes from aluminothermic reduction or melted in the induction furnace method. It is produced using titanium scrap and low carbon iron scrap.
Steel manufacturing plants make use of FeTi alloy as stabilizers for the prevention of formation of chromium carbide at the grain boundaries. This can improve malleability in carbon steels, thereby increasing its versatility.
The specification of high carbon ferro manganese low phosphorus are minimum 75% Mn, 6-8% C, maximum 1.5% Si, 0.2% P, and 0.04% S. This grade of ferro manganese can be used in the production of steel, welding electrodes and special kinds of stick electrodes.Bulk bags are used to pack high carbon ferro manganese low phosphorus.
LC FeCr (Low Carbon Ferrochrome) is a ferro-alloy used to regulate the ratio of Chromium in steel production without Carbon and other unwanted ingredients. Due to high quality, it is a reliable and economical alternative instead of metallic Chromium in Superalloy production. Ferro Chrome is an alloy of chromium & iron containing 50 – 70% chromium by weight.
High-carbon ferromanganese (HCFeMn) is one of the most widely used ferroalloy in the world. High-carbon ferromanganese (HC FeMn) is a manganese alloy, smelted directly from manganese ores. Its manganese content ranges from 70-80 wt% and its carbon content from 6-7 wt%. FeMn production for steelmaking alloying typically offers
Ferro Niobium (FeNb) is an important iron-niobium alloy, with a niobium content of 60-70%. FeNb is manufactured in an electric furnace by the aluminothermy method. It contains about 60-70% niobium. It is used in the smelting of heat resistant alloys. It is used in increasing the strength of the alloys, including manufacturing of High-Strength special Steels Low-Alloy, mainly used in automobiles, pipe fabrication,
Manganese addition agents are generally chosen on the basis of carbon content. Inexpensive standard ferromanganese is used when the steel is oxidized (low in carbon) or when higher residual carbon contents are allowable. As maximum steel carbons become more restricted it is necessary to switch to the more costly low-or medium carbon ferroalloys.
Ferrophosphorus is an iron-phosphorus alloy used as an alloying agent and additive to high strength low-alloy (HSLA) steels. American Elements manufactures ferrophosphorus in varying compositions and forms such as powder, plate, rod, wire, and sputtering target. We offer standard sizes and shapes in addition to manufacturing unique custom alloys which are tailored to customer requirements.
Ferro Silicon Calcium Manganese is used as a deoxidizer, desulphuriser and an alloying element in steel. Ferro Silicon Calcium Manganese can be used as a substitute for Ferro Silicon and Ferro Manganese when added to make different types of steel. Silicon and manganese have a strong affinity for oxygen, and will act as deoxidizers. Whereas Calcium acts as desulphuriser in iron and steel melt.
Zirconium Ferro Silicon, also known as silicon zirconium, is a ferrosilicon-based alloy containing proper amounts of zirconium. It can be used as inoculant and preconditioner in gray and ductile iron. Zirconium Ferro silicon can reduce chill in areas of the casting which cool more rapidly. The application of this inoculant will refine the graphite shape in thin or heavier sections. It recommended as ladle inoculant and
Ferroboron is a type of ferroalloy that is made up of boron and iron, with the boron varying between 17.5% to 20%. Its CAS number is 11108–67-1. Ferroboron can improve the quenching degree and mechanical behavior of steel and in high-quality alloy steel, boron takes the place of chromium, molybdenum and nickel, and does not affect their mechanical behavior. Ferroboron is stable under
Ferro Vanadium is usually produced from Vanadium sludge (or titanium bearing magnetite ore processed to produce pig iron) & available in the range V: 50 – 85%. Ferro Vanadium acts as a universal hardener, strengthener & anti-corrosive additive for steels like High strength low alloy steel, tool steel, as well as other ferrous-based products. Ferro Vanadium is mainly produced in China. China, Russia & South Africa
Ferro Chrome is an alloy of chromium & iron containing 50 – 70% chromium by weight. Addition of chromium improves the strength and yield point of steel and reduces elongation insignificantly. The presence of Chromium in carbon steels improves their hardness and wear resistance. Ferro Chrome is made from a mixture of Chromite Ore & Iron in an electric arc furnace.
Silico manganese is an alloy of Iron, Silicon & Manganese. It has higher Silicon content in comparison to Ferro Manganese. Silicon reduces the solubility of carbon in manganese alloys, so carbon contents are inversely proportional to silicon content. It is a more potent deoxidizer of steel compared to Ferro manganese. Deoxidization with SiMn results in cleaner steel than using Ferro Silicon. More than half of the