Ferro Alloys

Ferro Alloys

Ferro Alloys
  • Ferro Molybdenum

    Ferro Molybdenum is an alloy which is formed by combining Iron & Molybdenum.

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  • Ferro Vanadium

    Ferro Vanadium is usually produced from Vanadium sludge (or titanium bearing magnetite ore processed to produce pig iron) & available in the range V: 50 – 85%.

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  • Ferro Titanium

    Ferro Titanium is an alloy produced by aluminothermic reaction of Titanium oxide with Iron in the presence of Aluminium.

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  • Low Carbon Ferro Chrome

    Ferro Chrome is an alloy of chromium & iron containing 50 – 70% chromium by weight.

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  • Ferro Manganese

    Manganese is the twelfth most abundant metal found in the earth’s crust & fourth most commonly used metal in terms of quantity behind Iron, Aluminium & Copper.

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  • Ferro Silicon Manganese

    Silico manganese is an alloy of Iron, Silicon & Manganese. It has higher Silicon content in comparison to Ferro Manganese. Silicon reduces the solubility of carbon in manganese alloys, so carbon contents are inversely proportional to silicon content. It is a more potent deoxidizer of steel compared to Ferro manganese. 

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  • Ferro Silicon

    Ferro Silicon is an atomized alloy, which is formed by combining iron and silicon with a silicon content range of 15% to 90%.

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  • High Carbon Ferro Chrome

    Ferro Chrome is an alloy of chromium & iron containing 50 – 70% chromium by weight.

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  • Ferro Boron

    Ferro boron is a type of ferroalloy that is made up of boron and iron, with the boron content varying between 12-20%.

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  • Ferro Niobium

    Ferro Niobium is an important iron niobium alloy, with a niobium content of 60 – 70%. It is the main source for niobium alloying of HSLA steel and covers more than 80% of worldwide niobium production.

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  • Ferro Tungsten

    Ferro Tungsten is an alloy, which is formed by combining iron and tungsten with a tungsten content range of 70%-80% respectively.

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  • Ferro Phosphorous

    Ferro Phosphorus, a combination of phosphorus with iron, is used as an ingredient in high-strength low-alloy steel and is used as a good dehydrating agent that can remove water during the alloy formation. Addition of Ferro Phosphorous to steel alloys imparts many desirable properties upon the new alloy.

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  • Calcium Silicide

    Calcium Silicide is an inorganic compound (a silicide of Calcium). It is whitish, dark grey to black solid matter with a melting point of 1033°C.

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