The refractoriness and heat resistance of molybdenum (melting point 2620 ° C) determines the further properties of the product, so molybdenum crucibles have proven themselves under vacuum and inert gases. In addition, due to their resistance to electrochemical corrosion and oxidation at high temperatures, their use in aggressive environments is possible.
Molybdenum crucibles are widely used in metallurgy, foundry and chemical industries, in the field of metalworking and mechanical engineering in the field of sintering and annealing of raw materials, smelting, single crystal growing and metal evaporation under specified conditions.
Crucibles are made by casting or molding. The crucible is molded in the following ways: sintering, furring, spin molding. Due to the fact that the crucible should not interact with the materials placed in it, only high-purity molybdenum is used in the production.
Depending on the purpose, the molybdenum crucibles have the most diverse shapes and sizes: cone, ellipse, with a rounded edge, without a bottom, a boat, micro and industrial crucibles, wide crucibles, tall crucibles with a reinforced edge, etc.
Technical data of Molybdenum Crucibles
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The final price of the molybdenum crucible is determined by the complexity of the product and the crucible manufacturing method itself.
NPO GKMP LLC supplies made-to-order molybdenum crucibles, including bowls and boats of various shapes and sizes according to drawings.