Magnesium-zirconium (MgZr) alloy is a...
Magnesium-zirconium (MgZr) alloy is a high-strength binary system magnesium alloy. Zinc plays a role in solid solution strengthening and forms a strengthening phase, and zirconium can refine the structure. We provide Magnesium Zirconium Master Alloy in the shape of Waffle Ingot, rod, and shot at a competitive price.
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Magnesium alloys usually need to add some alloying elements to improve their performance. For example, Al and Zn can improve the room temperature strength of magnesium alloys; Mn, Fe, and other heavy metal elements can improve the corrosion resistance of magnesium alloys; rare earth elements can increase the recrystallization temperature of magnesium alloys and slow down the recrystallization process, thereby greatly improving magnesium The high-temperature strength and creep resistance of the alloy. Both Zr and Mg belong to a close-packed hexagonal lattice, and the lattice constants are very close. Zr can easily become crystal nuclei during crystallization, which obviously refines the alloy grains, thereby greatly improving the mechanical properties of magnesium alloys. In addition, Zr also has a greater effect on improving the corrosion resistance and heat resistance of magnesium alloys.
Content of Nd
Used to refine the grain of magnesium alloy and improve the strength of magnesium alloy.
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