NODULANT SIMG ALLOYS IN SHANXI

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Rare-Earth-Si-Mg alloy is a configuration of alloy that put RE, Mg, Ca in ferrosilicon, it is also called Magnesium alloy nodulizer. Rare-Earth-Mg-Si is a kind of good nodulizer. It has a big mechanical strength, the effect of deoxidization and desulfurization is strong.It‘s widely used in the metallurgic industry:

Steel-making: Deoxidizer and alloy agent.

Cast iron: Inoculants and ball agents.

Ferroalloy: reducing agent.

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