Home » Ferro Vanadium Powder (FeV, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 200mesh)
|Product||Ferro Vanadium Powder|
|Molecular Weight||106.7 g/mol||Confirm|
|Melting Point||1504-1605 °C||Confirm|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Ferro Vanadium Powder was tested successfully.|
|Main Inspect Verifier||Manager QC|
Ferrovanadium powder is an alloy that is produced by combining iron and vanadium. These alloys are stable against alkalis as well as sulphuric and hydrochloric acids. With the addition of this in steel, the product becomes less susceptible to corrosion. It is also utilized to reduce weight while simultaneously surging the tensile strength of the material.
Ferrovanadium powder is a universal hardener, strengthener and anti-corrosive additive for steels like high strength low –alloy (HSLA) steel, tool steels as well as other ferrous-based products. It is also utilized in the automobile industry and in addition to adding to the composition of the steel, ferrovanadium can also be employed as a coating on the steel. The abrasion resistance of steel increases, when coated with nitrated ferrovanadium. Ferrovanadium is used as an additive to enhance the qualities of ferrous alloys.
Vanadium is corrosion resistant and is sometimes employed to manufacture special tubes and pipes for the chemical industry. Vanadium also does not easily absorb neutrons because of this it has some applications in the nuclear power industry. It is employed as a mordant, a material that permanently fixes dyes to fabrics. Vanadium pentoxide is also employed as a catalyst in certain chemical reactions and in the fabrication of ceramics.
Ferro Vanadium powder is utilized to make ferrovanadium or as an additive to steel. Ferrovanadium is a shock-resistant, strong, and corrosion-resistant alloy of iron-containing between small amounts of vanadium. Ferrovanadium and vanadium-steel alloys are employed to make such things as axles, crankshafts, and gears for cars, parts of jet engines, springs and cutting tools.
Ferro vanadium powder is employed as a catalyst in manufacturing sulfuric acid and maleic anhydride and in making ceramics. For the production of a green or blue tint, vanadium is added to the glass. At some specific temperatures, glass coated with vanadium dioxide (VO2) can block infrared radiation and vanadium pentoxide can also be mixed with gallium to form superconductive magnets.
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