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High Purity 99.7% Niobium Bar Rod R04210 Non Ferrous Metals Aerospace
|Type||Niobium Rod /Bar||Size||Diameter 0.125”-6”|
|Length||Max.10''||Shape||Square Bar/rod, Round Bar/rod, Hexagonal Bar/rod, Etc.|
|Material||Niobium Metal||Application||Aerospace, Electronics, Nuclear Power And Defense|
High Purity 99.7% Niobium Bar,
Niobium Rod R04210,
R04210 Non Ferrous Metals Bar
High-Purity Niobium Rod & Niobium Bar Stock Manufacturer
Niobium alloys exhibit excellent strength/creep performance at high temperature (though lower than Mo),154 good thermal conductivity thanks to the high melting point as well as a good chemical resistance to liquid lead alloys environment. For these reasons, they are considered as structural material for fuel rod cladding and tbe fuel assembly in commercial high temperature LFRs.
Niobium is a tough, shiny, silver-gray, soft, ductile metal that somewhat resembles stainless steel in appearance. Niobium is relatively low in density, yet can maintain its strength at high temperatures. It has excellent corrosion resistance to liquid metals, and can be easily fabricated into wrought products.
Over 95% of all niobium is used as additions to steel and nickel alloys for increasing strength. Only 1 to 2% of niobium is in the form of niobium-base alloys or pure niobium metal. Superconducting niobium-titanium alloys account for over half of that, and high-temperature and corrosion applications account for the remainder.
Description of Niobium rods/bar
|Purity||99.7% 99.9%, 99.95%|
|Shape||Square bar/rod, round bar/rod, hexagonal bar/rod, etc.|
|Applications||Niobium applications include sputtering targets, nuclear reactors, gas pipelines, jet engines, chemical processing equipment, particle accelerators, turbine blades, automotive components, capacitors, superconductors, sensitive magnetic imaging equipment, vacuum furnaces, reactor vessels, heat exchangers, sodium lamps, jewelry, steel additive, and optics.|