Master Alloy


A Master alloy is an alloy that consists of two or more other elements of relatively high percentage. It is a semi-finished product that is used as an additive to another material such as titanium alloy, high-temperature alloy and other special alloys. Titanium alloys for instance combine titanium sponge and a master alloy to form an ingot which is in turn converted into general mill products such as billet, bar, plate, sheet, tube, etc.

Products
Specifications
Vanadium-Aluminum
AlV
Aluminum-Molybdenum-Silicon
AlMoSi
Aluminum-Tungsten-Niobium
AlWNb
Molybdenum-Aluminum
AlMo
Aluminum-Vanadium-Molybdenum
AlVMo
Aluminum-Tin-Silicon
AlSnSi
Niobium-Aluminum
AlNb
Aluminum-Tungsten-Molybdenum-Titanium
AlWMoTi
Ferro-Aluminum
AlFe
Aluminum-Vanadium-Tin-Chromium
AlVSnCr
Aluminum-Silicon
AlSi
Ferro-Aluminum-Molybdenum-Vanadium
AlMoVFe
Aluminum-Vanadium-Tin
VAlSn
Aluminum-Molybdenum-Silicon-Zirconium
AlMoSiZr
Aluminum-Vanadium-Ferrous
VAlFe
Aluminum-Molybdenum-Tungsten-Titanium
AlMoWTi

Aluminum Tungsten

Aluminum Ferroalloy

Aluminum Zirconium

Aluminum Vanadium

Main Applications
Additive Material
- "Hardener" to meet final chemical specifications
- "Grain refiner" for structure control of granularity
- "Modifier" to meet final physical specifications