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  • Article - 29 Jan 2016
    Stainless steel 1.4021 is a martensitic machining bar with machinability improved with the addition of Sulphur. The Sulphur also lowers weldability, corrosion resistance, and formability to below that...
  • Article - 29 Jan 2016
    Grade 410 / 1.4006 is a hardenable martensitic stainless steel. Alloy designations of 1.4006 are similar, but may not be considered as a direct equivalent to: 410S, UNS S41000, and 410S21.
  • Article - 29 Apr 2015
    Non-ferrous metal smelting operations involve refining of each element from highly complex compound material containing major elements such as Pb, Zn and Cu.
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery-white metal that is found in large deposits of dolomite, magnesite and other non-ferrous alloys. It tarnishes slightly when exposed to air. It also reacts exothermically with...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery white metal, abundantly available on earth’s crust. It is easily machinable and exhibits good ductility. It is commonly alloyed with non-ferrous metals like aluminum, copper,...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Ferrography is an analytical technique that has been widely applied to understand the process of machine wear since the 1970s. Today, analytical ferrography is one of the most powerful diagnostic...
  • Article - 17 Nov 2012
    Master alloys are semi-finished products or base metals that include copper, nickel or aluminum combined with a higher percentage of one or two of other elements. These alloys are available in...
  • Article - 16 Nov 2012
    A master alloy is a combination of base metals such as copper, aluminum, or nickel, and one or two other elements of relatively higher percentage. It is a semi-finished product that is primarily...
  • Article - 16 Nov 2012
    A master alloy is a combination of base metals such as copper, aluminum, or nickel, and one or two other elements of relatively higher percentage. It is a semi-finished product that is primarily...
  • Article - 16 Nov 2012
    A master alloy is a combination of base metals such as copper, aluminum, or nickel, and one or two other elements of comparatively higher percentage. It is a semi-finished product that is manufactured...