Luma-Metall AB Datasheets for Refractory and Reactive Metals

Refractory metals are a class of metals that are extraordinarily resistant to heat and wear and have extremely high melting points. Reactive metals have a strong affinity for oxygen and nitrogen at elevated temperatures and are highly resistant to corrosion at low temperatures.
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As for tungsten, also tungsten-rhenium is available as a gold coated wire to provide oxidation resistance and improved wettability for soldering. This is the type of wire we would like...
Beryllium copper, also known as copper beryllium, BeCu or beryllium bronze, is a metal alloy of copper and beryllium, and sometimes with other alloying elements. Beryllium Copper combines high strength...
For applications that require tungsten to be gold plated, Luma metal offers gold plated tungsten wire in highest quality. Plating is providing oxidation resistance and improved wettability for soldering. Standard...
Luma fine tungsten wire is used in a various number of applications where precision wire is needed. Tungsten, also known as wolfram, is a chemical element with the chemical symbol...
Of molybdenum we produce molybdenum wire for different applications. The name molybdenum comes from Ancient greek, molybdos. The silvery metal has the sixth highest melting point of all metals, for...
The characteristics of gold plated molybdenum wire makes it suitable for different electronic applications. Besides reasons like protection against corrosion another cause for gold plating is to achieve good electrical...
The unique properties of tungsten are further enhanced in our tungsten-rhenium wire. Already tungsten wire is a high strength wire and by alloying tungsten with rhenium the strength will be...