Iron-Zirconium/Ferro-Zirconium (FeZr) Master Alloy

KBM Affilips supplies a complete range of alloys, and one such product offered by KBM Affilips is the iron-zirconium,or ferro-zirconium, (FeZr) master alloy that is used in the production of stainless steels, special steels and superalloys for solid solution strengthening, precipitation hardening, etc.

FeZr Master Alloys

The table below lists the type of FeZr master alloy supplied by KBM Affilips:

Alloy Form Composition
FeZr80 Lumps of defined size 80% Zr balance Fe

 

The ferro-zirconium 80% master alloy is employed in the ferrous metal industry. Zirconium is a strong grain refiner and denitrifier, a powerful deoxidizer and also acts as an excellent sulfide shape controller. Appropriate additions of zirconium enhance impact resistance, yield strength and the hardenability of steels.

In addition, the alloy can be utilized as a zirconium additive and serves as a beneficial trace element in cobalt and nickel-based super alloys wherein iron does not have a detrimental influence.

Applications of FeZr Master Alloys

  • FeZr serves as a grain refiner in steel and cast iron
  • FeZr is used in carbide formation, desulphurisation, deoxidation, nitrogen scavenging

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by KBM Affilips.

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