Molybdenum Tungsten Alloy
Molybdenum Tungsten Alloy is a transition alloy whose properties can vary based on the proportion of tungsten. Its melting temperature, lattice constant, density, strength and hardness can be closer to either Molybdenum or tungsten depending on the proportion of tungsten in the alloy.
Different compositions of MoW alloys can be produced to tailor the melting temperature to a range between 2620 to 3410 degrees Celsius. MoW alloys with 25% of tungsten have a higher melting temperature. MoW alloys with 90% tungsten have the highest Vickers hardness, which can be up to 3530~3860MPa. MoW alloys with 30% tungsten have 275MPa Vickers hardness. These ideal characteristics allow specialized MoW alloy to be suitable for many applications including zinc smelting, glass manufacturing, sputtering targets for coating flat screens, sapphire crystal growth and engine components for the rocket.
Molybdenum Niobium Alloy
Molybdenum Niobium sputtering target is the earliest Mo based alloy which has been largely employed in the application of corrosion resistant layer for the purpose of achieving a higher performance in corrosion resistance, adhesion, resistance and stress.
The most important factors in determining the quality of MoNb sputtering target are purity, compactness, grain size and homogeneity.
As for these factors With these factors in mind, our MoNb sputtering planar targets and rotary targets are produced according to the strictest standards.
- The purest metal powder is used as our material.
- A specialized sintering process ensures a low voidage ratio and gain size.
- We have stringent controls on impurity content
- Hot isostatic pressing technology is used to gain high density thin film