News - 21 Jun 2007
Oxford Instruments has launched a new, portable X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) analyser with vacuum pump for the quick sorting of high value alloys in the metal recycling industry. The X-MET3000TXV+ can now...
Article - 4 May 2001
These alloys are light weight, high strength and cheaper than zirconium containing nagnesium alloys. They find applications in the aeropsace, automotive industries as well as electronics, sporting...
Article - 12 Apr 2007
Feldco International provide sputtering targets made in a vast array of materials in various sizes. A list of applications and indutrsies served for sputtering targets is provided as well as some of...
Article - 23 May 2001
Different types of MMCs and various manufacturing routes are explored. Many applications in the automotive, aerospace and sporting goods industries that are close to commercialisation are explained.
Article - 19 Jun 2010
The verification of metal alloys for manufacturing quality assurance and control has never been more important for product reliability and safety. Fortunately, with Thermo Scientific Niton XRF...
Article - 19 Sep 2005
Metal Matrix Composite’s (MMCs) have gained increasing interest recently. In this paper, latest developments in carbon fiber reinforced magnesium alloys are presented. Results show show an increase in...
Article - 16 Jun 2016
Mark Lessard, Market Development Manager, portable analytical instruments Thermo Fisher Scientific, talks to AZoM about the new Thermo ScientificTM NitonTM XL5 alloy analyzer and what sets it apart...
Article - 3 May 2013
Aluminium / aluminum is a chemical element belonging to the boron group. It is light, strong, non-toxic, and recyclable, and also possesses an attractive appearance.
Article - 2 May 2013
Aluminium / aluminum is a lightweight silverish white metal, which when combined with one of these elements -manganese, copper, silicon, magnesium, and zinc, forms aluminium / aluminum alloys.
Article - 19 Aug 2004
Generally all magnesium alloy grades follow the ASTM system. Nomenclature and for magnesium alloys is covered as well as the relevent specifications which should be refered to when naming a magnesium...