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Magnesium Alloy Ingot Seller Good Quality Magnesium Metal Ingot
1. Specification:The Mg Metal is a fairly strong, silvery-white, light-weight metal.
ingot: (8 ± 0.5) kg / ingot
1. The high temperature at which magnesium burns makes it a useful tool for starting emergency fires during outdoor recreation. Other related uses include flashlight photography, flares, pyrotechnics and fireworks sparklers.
2. To photoengrave plates in the printing industry.
3. In the form of turnings or ribbons, to prepare Grignard reagents, which are useful in organic synthesis.
4. As an additive agent in conventional propellants and the production of nodular graphite in cast iron.
5. As a reducing agent for the production of uranium and other metals from their salts.
6. As a sacrificial (galvanic) anode to protect underground tanks, pipelines, buried structures, and water heaters.
3. Mg Alloys Metal (Ingot)
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Now our main markets in Asia and Europe, to the future we will set up sales network in more than 200 countries around the world.
What is Magnesium Alloys?
Magnesium alloys are mixtures of magnesium with other metals (called an alloy), often aluminum, zinc, manganese, silicon, copper, rare earths and zirconium. Magnesium is the lightest structural metal. Magnesium alloys have a hexagonal lattice structure, which affects the fundamental properties of these alloys. Plastic deformation of the hexagonal lattice is more complicated than in cubic latticed metals like aluminium, copper and steel; therefore, magnesium alloys are typically used as cast alloys, but research of wrought alloys has been more extensive since 2003. Cast magnesium alloys are used for many components of modern automobiles, and magnesium block engines have been used in some high-performance vehicles; die-cast magnesium is also used for camera bodies and components in lenses.
Practically, all the commercial magnesium alloys manufactured in the United States contain aluminum (3 to 13 percent) and manganese (0.1 to 0.4 percent). Many also contain zinc (0.5 to 3 percent) and some are hardenable by heat treatment. All the alloys may be used for more than one product form, but alloys AZ63 and AZ92 are most used for sand castings, AZ91 for die castings, and AZ92 generally employed for permanent mold castings (while AZ63 and A10 are sometimes also used in the latter application as well). For forgings, AZ61 is most used, and here alloy M1 is employed where low strength is required and AZ80 for highest strength. For extrusions, a wide range of shapes, bars, and tubes are made from M1 alloy where low strength suffices or where welding to M1 castings is planned. Alloys AZ31, AZ61 and AZ80 are employed for extrusions in the order named, where increase in strength justifies their increased relative costs.
Magnox (alloy), whose name is an abbreviation for "magnesium non-oxidizing," is 99% magnesium and 1% aluminum, and is used in the cladding of fuel rods in magnox nuclear power reactors.
Magnesium alloys are referred to by short codes (defined in ASTM B275) which denote approximate chemical compositions by weight. For example, AS41 has 4% aluminum and 1% silicon; AZ81 is 7.5% aluminium and 0.7% zinc. If aluminium is present, a manganese component is almost always also present at about 0.2% by weight which serves improve grain structure; if aluminum and manganese are absent, zirconium is usually present at about 0.8% for this same purpose.
Any standard magnesium alloys are easily welded by gas or resistance-welding equipment, but cannot be cut with an oxygen torch. Magnesium alloys are not welded to other metals, because brittle inter-metallic compounds may form, or because the combination of metals may promote corrosion. Where two or more parts are welded together, their compositions must be the same. Soldering of magnesium alloys is feasible only for plugging surface defects in parts. The solders are even more corrosive than with aluminium, and the parts should never be required to withstand stress. Riveted joints in magnesium alloy structures usually employ aluminium or aluminium-magnesium alloy rivets. Magnesium rivets are not often used because they must be driven when hot. The rivet holes should be drilled, especially in heavy sheet and extruded sections, since punching tends to give a rough edge to the hole and to cause stress concentrations.
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①How about your company？
CNBM, The Fortune 500. A world class manufacturer & supplier of magnesium alloys ingots plates&sheets, magnesium alloy bars, Magnesium alloy slabs,magnesium alloy wires,magnesium alloy tubes and etc.. bases in China.
②How to guarantee the quality of the products？
We have established the international advanced quality management system，every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test；
We would like to offer free samples for your inspect and check.
We have advanced manufactured equipments,such as hot rolling equipment. We resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.
③What is your main markets?
Our main markets are from Europ, America and Aisa. Such as Germany,Czech, Poland, England, Canada, Korea, Turkey etc.
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