Magnesium neodymium alloy is an alloy...
Magnesium neodymium alloy is an alloy composed of alkaline earth metals and rare earth metals. It is used to improve the corrosion resistance and fatigue resistance of magnesium alloys. Heeger Materials provides high-quality Magnesium Neodymium Master Alloy in the shape of Waffle Ingot, rod, and shot at a competitive price.
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|Materials||Mg-25Nd, Mg-30Nd, Mg-35Nd, Customized|
Magnesium base master alloy has a uniform and stable composition, which can meet the requirements of magnesium alloy composition, microstructure regulation, and performance improvement. Our master alloys are produced in adherence to strict quality control practices utilizing an induction melting and alloying process followed by static mold or direct chill (DC) continuous casting. Static cast finished products are available in a variety of forms including full or cut waffle ingot and notch bar ingot. MagnesiumNeodymium (Mg-Nd) Master Alloy master alloys are also available in the shot, screened and sized to specification and in bagged shot.
Content of Nd
*Customized ratio is also available.
Purity of REE: >99.9% REM
Mg-Nd series alloys: The ultimate solid solubility of Nd in Mg is 3.6% (560°C). Magnesium alloys containing a small amount of Nd already have good precipitation strengthening effect. Therefore, the Mg-Nd binary alloy is considered to be a typical precipitation strengthened alloy. Adding a small amount of Zn and Zr to the Mg-Nd binary at the same time can further promote the aging strengthening effect of the alloy, refine the as-cast alloy grains, and improve the properties of the alloy.
In addition to the master alloys presented herein, we produce other precision alloying additives. For free literature and more information, request specific bulletins.
Extruded Rod in Coil Extruded Rod
Waffle Ingot Notch-bar Ingot Cut Waffle Shot Bagged Shot
Our master alloys are packaged in steel or fiber drums on pallets, wood or cardboard pallet boxes, and stretch-wrapped on pallets. Most items are available from stock for prompt shipment.