MOLYBDENUM

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Molybdenum is not as hard as Class 13 but can be drilled and machined to special contours. With relatively good thermal conductivity, molybdenum has a melting point of 2,623 ºC (4,753 ºF) and has one of the lowest coefficients of thermal expansion among commercially used metals. Suited for cross wire welding of copper and brass, resistance brazing and some upsetting, also welding of braided copper wire to other materials.

Item Name: Molybdenum, RWMA Class 14, ASTM B387 alloy 360 or 361
Shape: Bar
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RWMA (Resistance Welding Manufacturing Alliance) Class: Class 14
Principal Element: Mo
Minimum Hardness Rockwell (up to 1" dia.): HRB 85
Minimum Electrical Conductivity (% IACS Min): 30
ISO Certification: 9001:2015 (Registration # 10002745 QM15 Valid until 2021-08-21)
Reports: Certification of Compliance
Chemical Analysis
Final Inspection
Material Test Reports
Mechanical and Physical Testing: Elongation
Grain Size
Hardness
Tensile
Yield
Nondestructive Testing: Chemical Analysis
Conductivity
Liquid Penetrant
Ultrasonic
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