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Metal Alloy Aluminium Grade Enaw-5040 / Enaw-Almg1.5Mn

Price: 5000 INR (Approx.)/Number

MOQ - 1 Number

Product Type - Metal Alloy

Material - Aluminium

Alloy - Magnesium

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

JAYANT IMPEX PVT LTD

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Manganese Bronze Application: Machinery

Price: 700.00 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 500 Kilograms/Kilograms

Hardness - 100%

Product Type - Metal

Material - Manganese bronze

17 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

GOVIND METAL CO.

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Micro Silica Fume Powder

11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Guru Corporation

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Keolin Clay (Grade-KN83)

Price: 16500.00 INR (Approx.)/Ton

MOQ - 10 Ton/Tons

7 Years

Business Type: Distributor

RYAN INTERNATIONAL

Mumbai

Indian Inquiries Only

Made in India

Monel Metal Application: Construction

Price Trend: 250.00 - 450.00 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 500 Piece/Pieces

Product Type - Metal Alloy

Application - Construction

10 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

NASCENT PIPES & TUBES

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Construction Grade Micro Silica Fume 25 Kg Bag

Price: 12.00 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 400 Kilograms/Kilograms

Storage - Room Temperature

Smell - Other

Physical Form - Powder

16 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

ADINATH INDUSTRIES

Kishangarh
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Calcium Lead Alloy Application: Metal Component

MOQ - 10 Metric Ton

Purity - High

Hardness - Rigid

Material - Metal

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

NIKITA INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.

Sonipat
TrustedSeller

Indian Inquiries Only

Made in India

Alloy Steel Strip

Price Trend: 10.00 - 100.00 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 10 Piece/Pieces

18 Years

Business Type: Supplier | Exporter

STEEL MART

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Alcr Sputtering Target Hardness: Rigid

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Hardness - Rigid

Purity - High

Product Type - Metal

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Tarfilm Hi-Tech Co., Ltd.

Suzhou
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Powder Silica Fume

Price Trend: 7.00 - 16.00 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 10000 Kilograms/Kilograms

Types of Refractories - Other

Shape - Powder

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

REFSTEEL SOLUTIONS

Ahmedabad

Indian Inquiries Only

Made in India

Silver Alloy 20 Pipes

Price: 2000 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Color - Silver

Product Type - Alloy

Material - Alloy

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

NINE PIPING SOLUTIONS

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

European Ipb And Heb Beams Application: Construction

Price: 130 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 500 Kilograms/Kilograms

Product Name - Steel Products

Steel Product Type - Other, European IPB And HEB Beams

Grade - S235, S355J2H

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

Eminent Pipe & Profiles Private Limited

Ghaziabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Phosphor Bronze Round Rods Dimension(L*W*H): 1" - 6" Inch (In)

Price Trend: 700.00 - 900.00 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

Dimension (L*W*H) - 1" - 6" Inch (in)

11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

RAKESH METAL & TUBES

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Inconel Flange Application: Steel Making

Price Trend: 1000.00 - 1500.00 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Hardness - Yes

Product Type - Metal

Material - Carbon steel

16 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

DUPLEX STEEL & ENGINEERING COMPANY

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Grey Pulverized Rice Husk Ash

Price Trend: 15.00 - 50.00 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 1 Kilograms/Kilograms

Purity - 90 %

Alloy - Aluminium

Shape - Grain

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

STEELCON INDUSTRIES

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Customized Edm Tungsten Steel Conductive Block

Price: 500 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Purity - 98%

Hardness - Hard

Product Type - Metal

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

THAKUR JI MACHINE AND TOOLS

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Silica Fume

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SUYOG ELEMENTS INDIA PVT. LTD.

Palej
TrustedSeller

Manganese Cut Plates

3 Years

Business Type: Exporter | Trading Company

CHAMPAK INDUSTRIES

Mumbai

Made in India

Copper Brass Alloys

7 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

MANHAR METAL SUPPLY CORPORATION

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

ALUMINIUM MAGNESIUM ALLOY NANOPOWDER

Price Trend: 100-2000 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 5 Kilograms/Kilograms

7 Years

Response Rate: 91.28%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

ARITECH CHEMAZONE PVT LTD.

Kurukshetra
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Potash Feldspar For Ceramics

Price: 100 INR (Approx.)/Metric Ton

MOQ - 21 Metric Ton/Metric Tons

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

MULTI MINERALS INDUSTRIES

Jodhpur

Made in India

Brass Bronze Alloys Ready To Cast Hardness: Rigid

Price: 2000 INR (Approx.)/Gram

MOQ - 100 Gram/Grams

Strength - High

Purity - High

Hardness - Rigid

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

Ransa Inc.

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Monel Pipe And Pipe Fitting

10 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

APEXIA METAL

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Silver Inconel Round Bar

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Product Type - Metal

Material - Steel

Shape - Rod

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

KINGSTON STEEL AND ALLOYS

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Alloy Nickel Plates

Price Trend: 500-600 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 50 Kilograms/Kilograms

Product Type - Alloy

Application - Other

18 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

HITESH STEEL

Mumbai

Made in India

Ferrous Alloys

MOQ - 500 Kilograms/Kilograms

12 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

CREATIVE CARBON PVT. LTD.

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Silver Zirconium Wire

MOQ - 10 Kilograms/Kilograms

Purity - High

Product Type - Metal

Material - Zirconium

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Baoji Zhongxinbao Metal Materials Co., Ltd.

Baoji
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Silver Hastelloy C22 Pipe

Price: 6000 INR (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 100 Kilograms/Kilograms

Color - Silver

Product Type - Metal

Material - Hastelloy

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

RS CORROSION RESISTANT ALLOYS

Mumbai
TrustedSeller

Metals & Alloys Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Steel MartMumbai, India18 Years
Hitesh SteelMumbai, India18 Years
Govind Metal Co.Ahmedabad, India17 Years
Adinath IndustriesKishangarh, India16 Years
Duplex Steel & Engineering CompanyMumbai, India16 Years
Creative Carbon Pvt. Ltd.Ahmedabad, India12 Years
Guru CorporationAhmedabad, India11 Years
Rakesh Metal & TubesMumbai, India11 Years
Nascent Pipes & TubesMumbai, India10 Years
Apexia MetalMumbai, India10 Years

Metal and Alloys: Types, Advantages and Applications
 

There is a lot of back and forth concerning whether or not pure metal is better than metal alloys. Metal alloys offer a number of advantages over pure metals. Find out why alloys are preferable to pure metals and how you might benefit from them.

1. Metal alloys are stronger than pure metals

Stronger buildings can be constructed or made utilizing alloys, which is one of its many benefits. Alloys are composites of multiple metals, combining the best qualities of each while eliminating their undesirable ones.

By doing so, a compound is formed that is superior in strength to the metal from which it was derived. Most metals are too soft to be used in their purest form, therefore they are alloyed with one another to make a stronger metal.

As opposed to pure metal, which consists of identical atoms, alloys of metals contain a variety of different elements.

2. Metal alloys are more versatile than pure metals

Alloys of metals can be used in more applications than their pure metal counterparts. Metal alloys are mixtures of multiple metals and non-metals, while pure metals are what they are and don't lend themselves to much manipulation or alteration.

This opens the door to further customization and the enhancement of preferable qualities for specific uses.

3. Metal alloys are more resistant to corrosion than pure metals

The corrosion resistance of metal alloys is often substantially higher than that of pure metals.

The aluminum bronze alloys we sell are extremely sturdy and resistant to corrosion. That's because metal alloys are composites made up of many metals and non-metal components that work together to produce a superior alloy.

Alloys can be engineered to withstand corrosion, whereas pure metals are chemically reactive and readily corrode. Damage from corrosion to metals can quickly add up.


Types of Metal Alloys
 

1. Cast Iron Alloy

Cast iron is a molten form of iron-carbon alloys with a carbon content of more than 2%. When the metal is melted, it is poured into a mold. There is a distinction between the making of wrought iron and cast iron. You can't hammer or otherwise shape cast iron.

Gray iron gets its moniker because its graphite molecules are flake-shaped. The broken graphite flakes give the fractured metal its characteristic gray appearance.

2. Brass Alloys

The copper and zinc alloy called as brass has made a big historical effect because to its durability and malleability. Calamine brass, the earliest form of brass, was likely made in the Neolithic period through the reduction of copper and zinc ores.

In many instances, ancient manuscripts misunderstand brass, an alloy of copper and tin, and refer to it as bronze.

The ductility of brass depends on its zinc content; brasses with greater than 45% zinc are unworkable in either high heat or extreme cold.

3. Molybdenum Alloys

Powder metallurgy techniques are commonly used in the production of molybdenum. Molybdenum metal is produced by hydrostatically compacting Mo powder and then sintered at about 2100°C (3812°F). Between 1598 and 2300 degrees Fahrenheit (870 to 1260 Celsius), hot work is performed.

4. Niobium Alloys

Niobium, also known as columbium, is a shiny, ductile metal commonly used in alloys. It is used commonly in structural applications, jet engines, and gas pipelines due to its ability to improve steel's properties.

Due to its high performance and resistance to corrosion at high temperatures, niobium metal is used in sputtering targets (sites/places intended to be coated with another material) and processing equipment for chemicals.

5. Titanium Alloys

Many different metals and compounds can be found in titanium alloys, however titanium is usually the dominant metal. Titanium alloys are produced by mixing titanium with other metals and chemical components in a certain ratio.

6. Bronze Alloys

Current bronze typically consists of 88% copper and 12% tin. The history and continued relevance of bronze are two of its greatest attractions.

Bronze is stronger than copper because it is an alloy of copper and tin or another metal.

In addition, bronze can be melted and cast more easily than some other materials. It is stronger and more resistant to corrosion than regular iron.

7. Nickel Alloys

Pure nickel has excellent corrosion resistance, making it useful in the chemical industry. Transducers also make use of it due to its capacity to prevent electromagnetic interference.

Nickel-iron alloys are widely used as soft magnetic materials and glass-to-metal seals due to their low thermal expansion rates.

Invar (UNS K93600), which is composed of 36% nickel and the balance iron, is unusual because it exhibits almost no thermal expansion at ambient temperature.

8. Aluminum Alloys

Aluminum alloys are known for their durability, dependability, and versatility. Like steel, they are one of the most widely used metals & alloys and are in high demand for a wide variety of industrial, architectural, and vehicular uses.

The alloy components are mixed when aluminum is molten (liquid), and a homogenous solid solution is produced upon cooling.

10. Stainless Steel Alloys

It is possible to further enhance stainless steel's mechanical and corrosion resistance by adding other elements such as nickel, titanium, molybdenum, niobium, molybdenum, etc. Because of the chromium in the substance, chromium oxide forms on its surface when exposed to air.


Metal & Alloys Examples
 

1. Bronze

Coins, blades, and turbines are all made from this metal alloy because of its strength and durability. Commercial bronze, a copper alloy, outperforms copper in terms of strength, outweighs steel in weight, and has a relatively low melting point.

2. Steel

Steel (iron/carbon) combined with chromium, aluminum, or other components produce a metal with exceptional resistance to corrosion. Stainless steel's rust-proof properties come from the chromium it's alloyed with.

3. Brass

Nuts, bolts, pipe fitting, door hardware, appliance trim, clock components, marine engines, seawater pipes, gas valves, and much more all require copper-zinc alloys.

4. Alnico

The alnico is the third strongest magnet material after neodymium and samarium-cobalt because of its ferromagnetic properties.


Commonly Used Elements for Alloying
 

1. Nickel

Because of its role as an austenite promoter, nickel is a key ingredient in the production of austenitic stainless steels. Austenitic stainless steel is produced when the chromium content is at least 18% and the nickel content is at least 8%.

2. Manganese

Iron and carbon are the two main components of steel, however, manganese is also commonly added to help with heat treatment. In order to increase the hardness and strength of steels, they must be heated and then quickly quenched. Instability increases when the rate at which this occurs increases.

3. Vanadium

The grain size of the steel can be kept tiny with the help of vanadium. The addition of vanadium to steel prevents the production of grains, which keeps the grain size manageable.

4. Molybdenum

Like chromium, molybdenum can improve steel's resistance to corrosion. Steel's hardenability, toughness, and tensile strength can all be improved with the addition of molybdenum.

By decreasing the necessary quench rate during heat treatment, hardenability is increased, allowing for the creation of a steel that is both strong and hard.

5. Chromium

Stainless steel is created when more than 11% chromium is added to carbon steel. Because iron is shielded from oxidation in many conditions, steel's corrosion resistance is much enhanced with this carbon level. Because chromium oxidizes before iron does, it forms a barrier that prevents the iron from rusting.


FAQs: Metal and Alloys
 

Q. Metal Alloys Applications?
Ans. Here are the applications:

1. Belts, staples, cables, Screening, welds, catheters, and suture wires are just some of the many applications for wire and ribbon made from stainless steel.

2. Jewelry is commonly made out of gold and silver alloys. As a more affordable alternative to platinum, white gold (an alloy of gold, silver, palladium, and nickel) is frequently used.

3. In a wide range of sectors, several alloys are used for welding.

4. Because of their resistance to corrosion, alloys find application in wet environments.

5. High-temperature alloys are essential in the petrochemical and aerospace sectors. Wire welding under extreme conditions and high temperatures has also been successfully implemented using these alloys.

Q. What are Metal Alloys?
Ans. At least one of the constituent chemicals in an alloy must be a metal. In contrast to compounds with metallic bases, the properties of a metal, such as its opacity, conductivity, luster and ductility, are maintained in an alloy.

Q. What is the difference between metal and alloy?
Ans. Pure metals have only one kind of atom in them. One such pure metal is chromium, which can be verified by looking it up on the periodic chart. In contrast, atoms of different elements are melted together to form an alloy.

Q. What are the types of alloys?
Ans. Here are the basic types:

1. Aluminium Alloys

2. Stainless Steel Alloys

3. Nickel Alloys

4. Gold Alloys

Q. What are metals and alloys used for?
Ans. They find widespread application in the aerospace, manufacturing, healthcare, and defense sectors. Aluminum, nickel, copper, stainless steel, and titanium are only few of the alloys used in industrial and automobile production.

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