MOLYBDENUM HAFNIUM CARBIDE ALLOY (MHC) ALLOY

MHC is an established molybdenum alloy containing Hafnium carbide, which is consolidated by the P/M process. The high recrystallization temperature, high strength, low thermal expansion, and high thermal conductivity of this alloy makes it ideally suited for die applications, particularly for brass extrusion.

A major attribute of our vacuum arc-casting process is the superior result, which can be obtained in alloying. In the vacuum arc furnace, complete melting and blending of the molybdenum and alloys takes place to assure a homogeneous material.

H.C. Starck produces a wide range of molybdenum and molybdenum alloy mill products using two primary consolidation methods; vacuum arc-casting (VAC) and powder metallurgy (PM). The availability of products from both of these established processes gives users many options in selecting a material to satisfy their specific application requirements. Mill products available from either process include forging billets, bar, rod, plate, sheet, and foil.

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