Minor metals

Chromium (Cr)
Cobalt (Co)
Magnesium (Mg)
Manganese (Mn)
Molybdenum (Mo)
Niobium Metal (Nb)
Tungsten (W)

Chromium

EU customs codes
  • Alumothermic Chromium:
    8112 2190 00
  • Electrolytic Chromium:
    8112 2900 00

It is a steely-gray, lustrous, hard metal that takes a high polish and has a high melting point. It is also odorless, tasteless, and malleable. Chromium is an extremely versatile element and finds a wide variety of uses in applications in the steel and alloys, chemical and refractory industries.

There are two ways of producing chromium metal, by aluminothermic process from chrome oxide and by electrolytic process using ferrochromium or chromic acid. Chromium metal standard grades range from 99% to 99.4%. Higher grades are available at 99.6% Cr and degassed quality at 99.8% Cr

Chrome metal is mainly used in the production of specialty alloys, nickel and cobalt -based alloys (super alloys) where low iron is required. Due to their unique high temperature and corrosion resistance properties, these high performance alloys are used in the most critical environments, such as aeronautic, oil & gas production, land based turbines, petrochemical and chemical processing. In addition, chromium metal powder is used in the production of welding electrodes and cored wires, aluminium briquettes and master alloys.

For more info see also: http://www.icdachromium.com

Available shapes:
  • Lumps
  • Powder
  • Ultra-fine powder
  • Briquettes
  • Flakes
Available grades:
Produced by alumothermic process:
  • Standard alumothermic Cr metal 99% min
  • Low Nitrogen alumothermic Cr metal 99% min, N 0.04% max / 0.05% max
  • Double degassed briquettes Cr 99.75% min, Oxygen 450 ppm max
Produced by alumothermic process:
  • Standard alumothermic Cr metal 99% min
  • Low Nitrogen alumothermic Cr metal 99% min, N 0.04% max / 0.05% max
  • Double degassed briquettes Cr 99.75% min, Oxygen 450 ppm max

Cobalt

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    8105 2000 00

This hard, lustrous, silver-gray metal is used mostly in the production of magnetic, wear-resistant, and high-strength alloys. Cobalt-based superalloys consume most of the produced cobalt. The temperature stability of these alloys makes them suitable for use in turbine blades for gas turbines and jet aircraft engines, though nickel-based single crystal alloys surpass them in this regard.

Cobalt-based alloys are also corrosion and wear-resistant and therefore are used as well for dental prosthetics, where they are useful to avoid allergies. Some high speed steels also use cobalt to increase heat and wear-resistance.

The special alloys of aluminium, nickel, cobalt and iron, known as Alnico, and of samarium and cobalt (samarium-cobalt magnet) are used in permanent magnets. Lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) is widely used in lithium ion battery cathodes Several cobalt compounds are used in chemical reactions as oxidation catalysts and as pigments (cobalt blue colour).

For more info see also: http://www.thecdi.com

Available shapes:
  • Ingots
  • Cut cathodes
  • Broken cathodes
  • Flakes
  • Powder
Available grades:

Magnesium

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    8104 1100 00

Magnesium is a fairly strong, silvery-white, light-weight metal (two thirds the density of aluminium). It’s highly flammable metal, but while it is easy to ignite when powdered or shaved into thin strips, it is difficult to ignite in mass or bulk.

Magnesium is used 1) as component of aluminium alloys and in die-casting (alloyed with zinc), 2) as desulphuration agent to remove sulfur in the production of iron and steel 3) as important component in production of titanium in the Kroll process. 4) in electronic devices.

Because of low weight, good mechanical and electrical properties, magnesium is widely used for manufacturing of mobile phones, laptop computers, cameras, and other electronic components.

For more info see also: http://www.intlmag.org

Available shapes:
  • Standart ingots 8-12 kg
  • T-Ingots
  • Granules
Available grades:
  • Standard Chinese Mg min. 99.8% / 99.9% / 99.95%
  • Standard CIS (Russian, Ukrainian) Mg min. 99.9% / 99.95%

Manganese

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    8111 0011 99

Manganese is a silvery-gray metal resembling iron. It is hard and very brittle, difficult to fuse, but easy to oxidize. Manganese is essential to iron and steel production by virtue of its sulfur-fixing, deoxidizing, and alloying properties. Steelmaking has accounted for most manganese demand, presently in the range of 85% to 90% of the total demand.

Among a variety of other uses, manganese is a key component of low-cost stainless steel grades. The second large application for manganese is as alloying agent for aluminium.

Manganese(IV) oxide (manganese dioxide, MnO2) is used as a reagent in organic chemistry for the oxidation of benzylic alcohols.

For more info see also: http://www.manganese.org

Available shapes:
  • Flakes
  • Lumps
  • Briquettes
  • Powder
Available grades:
  • Fully sintered square or round bars
  • Fully sintered square and round plates
  • Not fully sintered briquettes
  • Electrolytic Mn metal 99.7% min
  • Lumpy Mn metal 95% / 96.5% min
  • Mn metal briquettes min. 95% / 97.5%

Molybdenum

EU customs codes
  • Fully sintered bars and plates:
    8102 9400 00
  • Not fully sintered bars and plates:
    8102 9500 00
  • Powder:
    8102 1000 00

This silvery metal, has the sixth-highest melting point of any element. In its pure form, molybdenum has a Mohs hardness of 5.5 and melting point of 2,623 °C (4,753 °F); of the naturally occurring elements, only tantalum, osmium, rhenium, tungsten and carbon have higher melting points. It readily forms hard, stable carbides, and for this reason it is often used in high-strength steel alloys.

Molybdenum does not occur as the free metal in nature, but rather in various oxidation states in minerals. Industrially, molybdenum compounds are used in high pressure and high temperature applications, as pigments and in catalysts. The ability of molybdenum to withstand extreme temperatures without significant expantion or softening makes it useful in applications that involve intense heat, including the manufacture of aircraft parts, electrical contacts, industrial motors and filaments. Molybdenum is also used in steel alloys for its high corrosion resistance and weldability.

For more info see also: http://www.imoa.info

Available shapes:
  • Fully sintered square or round bars
  • Fully sintered square and round plates
  • Not fully sintered briquettes
  • Wires
  • Discs
  • Powder
Available grades:
  • CIS-friendly low gas grade according to ТУ 48-19-102-72 (Mo 99,39% min, O 80 ppm max)
  • Standard grade 99,9% Mo min.
  • Other grades also available.

Niobium Metal

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    8112 92 31

Niobium is ductile, malleable metal, highly resistant to corrosion, and not naturally occuring in the free state.

Niobium metal is produced by the aluminothermic reduction of the niobium oxide followed by electron beam refining. Niobium powders can be produced by the reduction of potassium niobium heptafluoride (K2NbF7) with sodium, or by the reduction of niobium oxide with magnesium.

Pure Niobium metal is being mostly used for production of different land-based and aerospace superalloys, inconel family alloys, sputtering targets and parts of chemical processing equipment. Niobium metal powder is used for production of niobium capacitors.

For more info see also: http://www.imoa.info

Available shapes:
  • whole or chopped ingots
  • fully sintered bars
  • cut plates and sheets
  • powder
Available grades:
  • Nb 99.8% min ingots
  • Nb 99.8% min square bars
  • other grades and shapes are available on request

Tungsten

EU customs codes
  • Fully sintered unwrought:
    8101 9400 00
  • Not fully sintered:
    8101 9910 90
  • Powder:
    8101 1100 00

In its raw form, tungsten is a steel-gray metal that is often brittle and hard to mashine, but, if pure, it can be mashined easily. Of all metals in pure form, tungsten has the highest melting point (3,422 °C), lowest vapor pressure and the highest tensile strength. Tungsten has the lowest coefficient of thermal expansion of any pure metal.

It is most frequently used as tungsten carbide in cemented carbides (also called hardmetals) because of the outstanding hardness of WC. However, the most well known application of tungsten still is the double coiled filament used in incandescent lamps. Besides that tungsten has a very widespread use as metal, in alloys, steels and as various tungsten bearing chemicals.

For more info see also: http://www.itia.info

Available shapes:
  • Fully sintered square or round bars
  • Fully sintered balls
  • Fully sintered square and round plates
  • Not fully sintered briquettes
  • Wire
  • Discs, Powder
Available grades:
  • CIS-friendly low gas grade according to ТУ 48-19-76-90 (W 99,8% min, Oxygen 30 ppm max)
  • Standard grade 99,9% W min.
  • Other grades also available

Base metals

Aluminium (Al)
Copper (Cu)
Nickel (Ni)
Tin (Sn)

Aluminium

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    7601 1000 00

Aluminium is a soft, durable, lightweight, ductile and malleable metal with appearance ranging from silvery to dull gray, depending on the surface roughness. Aluminium is the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust, and the third most abundant element, after oxygen and silicon. It makes up about 8% by weight of the Earth's solid surface.

Aluminium is remarkable for the metal's low density and for its ability to resist corrosion due to the phenomenon of passivation. Structural components made from aluminium and its alloys are vital to the aerospace industry and are important in other areas of transportation and structural materials. Aluminium is the most widely used non-ferrous metal.

Pure aluminium has a low tensile strength, but when combined with thermo-mechanical processing, aluminium alloys perform big improvement in mechanical properties, especially when tempered. Aluminium alloys form vital components of aircraft and rockets as a result of their high strength-to-weight ratio. Aluminium readily forms alloys with many elements such as copper, zinc, magnesium, manganese, and silicon (e.g., duralumin). Today, almost all bulk metal materials that are referred to loosely as "aluminium", are actually alloys.

For more info see also: http://www.aluminium.org

Available shapes:
  • Standard ingots
  • T-Ingots
  • Wire
  • Bars
  • Granules
Available grades:
  • LME registred standard primary Al grades: Aluminium
  • High Purity Aluminium ingots and T-bars 99,9% / 99,99%, etc
Available specifications:
  • for LME standard primary Al please see: Aluminium pdf
  • High purity 99,9% min, 99,99% min, etc

Copper

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    7403 1100 00

Copper and its alloys (bronze, brass, etc), along with gold and iron is the oldest metal used by humans. Copper popularity can be explained by its relative abundance in different minerals, relatively easy mining and extraction and several very useful and important properties like high ductility, conveniency for finishing, corrosion resistance, good brazing and soldering properties, etc. The low hardness of copper partly explains its high electrical and thus also high thermal conductivity, which are the second highest among pure metals at room temperature. As result ab. 60% of Global Copper consumption goes to electrical wires.

For more info see also: http://www.copper.org

Available shapes:
  • Cathodes
  • Wire and rods
  • Pipes
  • Remelt ingots
Available grades:
  • LME registered standard primary Cu: http://www.copper.org
  • secondary non-LME wire rod, cathodes, etc.
  • Other non-LME grades available on request.
Available specifications:
  • For LME standard Copper Grade A please see: Copper pdf.
  • secondary wire rod 99,8% Cu min dia 18-20 mm
  • Other specifications available on request and depends on if its primary or secondary material and its shape

Nickel

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    7502 1000 00

It is a silvery-white lustrous metal with a slight golden tinge. It is one of the four elements that are ferromagnetic around room temperature, the other three being iron, cobalt and gadolinium. The metal is corrosion-resistant, finding many uses in alloys, as a plating, in the manufacture of coins, magnets and common household utensils, as a catalyst for hydrogenation, and in a variety of other applications.

For more info see also: http://www.nickelinstitute.org

Available shapes and their applications:
  • Alloying and blending:
  • Full plate and cut cathodes
  • Briquettes
  • Pellets
  • Granules
  • Cathode’s offcuts
  • Plating:
  • Cathode’s sized strips
  • Crowns
  • Cast anodes
Available grades:
  • For more info: click here
  • Apart from LME approved grades other off-grade materials are also available.
Available specifications:
  • For LME standard Copper Grade A please see: click here
  • Apart from LME approved grades other LME off-grade materials are also available.

TIN

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    8001 1000 00

Tin is a malleable, ductile, and highly crystalline silvery-white metal. In modern times tin is used in many alloys, most notably in tin/lead soft solders, typically containing 60% or more of tin. This application accounts for ab. 50% of produced Tin. Another large application is corrosion-resistant tin plating of steel (accounts for ab. 15% of produced Tin). Because of its low toxicity, tin-plated metal is also used for food packaging.

For more info see also: http://www.itri.co.uk

Available shapes:
  • Ingots
  • T-Ingots
  • Wire
  • Bars
  • Extruded or/and cast exotic shapes
Available grades:
  • For more info: click here
  • High-purity Tin for electronic applications (Sn 99.99% min, 99.999%).
  • Apart from LME approved grades and High Purity Tin other off-grade materials are also available.
Available specifications:
  • For LME standard Copper Grade A please see: click here
  • Apart from LME approved grades other LME off-grade materials are also available.

Noble Ferro-alloys

Ferrochrome (FeCr)
Ferromolybdenum (FeMo)
Ferronickel (FeNi)
Ferroniobium (FeNb)
Ferrotitanium (FeTi)
Ferrotungsten (FeW)
Ferrovanadium (FeV)

Ferrochrome

EU customs codes
  • LCFeCr C < 0.05%:
    7202 4910 00
  • LCFeCr 0.05% < C < 0.5%:
    7202 4950 00
  • MCFeCr 0.5% < C < 4.0%:
    7202 4990 00
  • HCFeCr 4.0% < C < 6.0%:
    7202 4110 00
  • HCFeCr C > 6%:
    7202 4190 00

Ferrochrome (FeCr) is an alloy of chromium and iron containing between 50% and 80% chromium, produced in electric arc furnaces via carbothermic reduction from chromite ore and other auxilary compounds. Depending from content of Carbon and Chrome, Ferrochrome can be distinguished to Low Carbon Ferrochrome (LCFeCr, Cr 60-80%, C 0.01-0.5%), Mid Carbon Ferrochrome (MCFeCr, Cr 60-80%, C 1-4%), Charge Chrome (Cr 50-55%, C 9% max) and High Carbon Ferrochrome (HCFeCr, Cr 60-70%, C 9% max). Depending from its purity and Carbon content Ferrochrome is being used for production of super-, heat-, and wear-resistant alloys but its biggest applications is production of stainless and engineering steels.

Available shapes:
  • Lumps 0-10 mm / 10-50 mm / 10-80 mm 90% min
  • Fines 0-1 mm
Available packing:
  • Bulk, 1000 kg net big-bags or as per Buyer request
Available specs:
  • C 0.05 - 0.06 - 0.10 - 0.15 - 0.20 - 0.25% max, Cr 60-80%, Si 1.5% max, P 0.03% max, S 0.02% max
  • C 9% max, Cr 60% min. Si 1.5% max, P 0.03% max, S 0.02% max
  • other grades, including slag recovered FeCr fines are available on request

Ferromolybdenum

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    7202 7000 00

Ferromolybdenum is a molybdenum based master alloy, produced by alumo/silicothermic reduction from Molybdenum Roasted concentrate (Molybdenum Trioxide) or in induction / EAF furnaces from Mo containing scraps. Ferromolybdenum is being used in production of different alloyed steels to improve their microstructure and mechanical properties, increase heat resistance.

Commercial ferromolybdenum contains between 58% and 70 %, however, other off-grade materials can be also found from the marketplace.

Available shapes:
  • Primary shapes: trapezoids of different weights
  • Secondary shapes: wire, rod, bars
  • Pipes
  • Remelt ingots
Available specifications:
  • Lumps 5-50 mm / 10-50 mm 90% min
Available packing:
  • 250/500 kg net drums on pallets / 1000 kg net big bags
Available specs:
  • Mo min. 60%, impurities max. S 0.15%, C 0.10%, Cu 0.5%, P 0.05%, Si 1.5%
  • Mo min. 65%, impurities max. S 0.15%, C 0.10%, Cu 0.5%, P 0.05%, Si 1.5%
  • Other grades are also available

Ferronickel

EU customs codes
  • Ni content < 50%:
    7202 6000 00
  • Ni content > 50%:
    7502 2000 09

Ferronickel is ferroalloy used for alloying of stainless and construction steels. There are several types of ferronickel existing: produced from different nickel containing alloys scraps (usually also contain Cr and Co, Mo, W, Ti, Cu, Si, etc impurities), produced in reduction furnaces from nickel concentrates (can contain up to 97.6% Ni and be with high/low Fe content).

Available shapes:
  • Semispherical / rectangular / cone shape ingots of 200-1000 kg
  • Granules and shot
Available specs:
Low Iron Ferronickel
  • Scrap-produced FeNiCr

Ferroniobium

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    7202 9300 00

Ferroniobium is niobium based master alloy produced aluminothermically from niobium pentoxide and iron oxide, used as alloying additive in heat resistant and stainless steels to improve their corrosion resistance, plasticity and welding properties. Niobium addition to construction steels prevents welded joint from corrosion.

Vacuum-grade Ferroniobium is used for superalloys additions in turbine blade applications in jet engines and land-based turbines, inconel family of alloys, superalloys.

For more info see also: http://tanb.org/niobium

Available shapes:
  • Lumps 5-50 mm / 10-50 mm 90% min
Available packing:
  • 250/500 kg net drums on pallets / 1000 kg net big bags
Available specs:
  • Nb min. 65%, impurities max each: Si 3%, Al 2.5%, C 0.25%, S 0.15%, P 0.20%, Pb 0.007%
  • Nb min. 65%, impurities max each: Si 3%, Al 1.5%, C 0.20%, S 0.15%, P 0.20%
  • Nb 58-70%, impurities max: Si 0.20%, Al 1.0%, C 0.05%, S 0.01%, P 0.02%, Pb 0.005%, O 0.10%, etc
  • Other grades are also available

Ferrotitanium

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    7202 9100 00

Ferrotitanium is titanium based master alloy, being produced in induction furnaces or / and alumino-, silicothermically. This alloy is used for production of construction and stainless steels (modification and degasation) and welding electrodes.

Available shapes:
  • Lumps 5-50 mm / 10-50 mm / 10-100 mm 90% min, other sizes available as well
Available packing:
  • 250/500 kg net drums on pallets / 1000 kg net big bags
Available specs:
  • Ti 68-74%, impurities max: Al 4.5/1.5/1.0/0.5%, V 3.0/2.0/1.0%, C 0.30/0.25/0.15%, Cu 0.3%, N 0.50/0.40/0.30%, P 0.05%, S 0.05%, Si 0.8/0.5/0.25%, Sn 0.50%,Ni 0.5%, Cr 0.5%, Pb 0.01%, Bi 0.010%
  • Ti 30-40%, impurities max: Al 9.0/8.0%, C 0.10%, Si 5/2.0/1.5/1.0%, P 0.06/0.05/0.04%, S 0.04/0.03%, N 0.50%, Cu 2.0/0.40%, V 0.4%, Sn 0.4%, etc

Ferrotungsten

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    7202 8000 00

Ferrotungsten is a tungsten based master alloy for the production of special steels to increase their hardness, wear resistance and improve mechanical properties (heat resistance, etc). The raw materials for ferrotungsten production are rich ore or ore concentrates of wolframite or scheelite. Also artificial scheelite or soft scrap can be used. The tungsten trioxide in these compounds can be reduced either carbothermically in electric arc furnaces or metallothermically by silicon and/or aluminum. Also a mixed carbothermic-silicothermic production is in use.

Commercial ferrotungsten contains between 75 and 85 % W. It has a steel grey appearance and a fine-grained structure consisting of FeW and Fe2W

Available shapes:
  • Lumps 10-50 mm / 10-100 mm 90% min
Available packing:
  • 250/500 kg net drums on pallets / 1000 kg net big bags
Available specs:
  • W min. 75%; C max. 1,00%; Si max. 0,50%; Mn max. 0,50%; P max. 0,050%; S max. 0,050%; Cu max. 0,20%; Pb max. 0,0050%; As max. 0,080%; Sn max. 0,050%; Bi max. 0,080%; Sb max. 0,080%.
  • W min. 75%; C max. 1,00%; Si max. 0,60%; Mn max. 0,60%; P max. 0,050%; S max. 0,050%; Cu max. 0,20%; As + Sb + Sn. 0,20%; Sn max. 0,10%;
  • Other specs are also available (FeW produced from scrap, etc.)

Ferrovanadium

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    7202 9200 00

Ferrovanadium is vanadium based master alloy used for steel microstructure modification purposes, improvement of its strength and hardness. Its being produced in EAF furnaces from scrap iron and mixture of Vanadium Pentoxide, aluminium powder, calcium fluoride, etc.

Commercial ferrovanadium contains between 48% and 85 %, however, other off-grade materials can be also found from the marketplace.

Available shapes:
  • Lumps 5-50 mm / 10-50 mm / 5-70 mm 90% min
Available packing:
  • Lumps 5-50 mm / 10-50 mm / 5-70 mm 90% min
Available specs:
  • V 78-82%, imp. max.: C 0.25%, S 0.05%, P 0.06%, Si 2.0%, Al 1.50%, Mn 0.5%, As 0.06%
  • V 78-82%, imp. max:С 0.30%, S 0.10%, P 0.10%, Si 1.5%, Al 1.50%, Mn 0.5%
  • V 75-85%, imp. max:C 0.30%, S 0.05%, P 0.06%, Si 2,0%, Al 2.0%, Mn 0.5%, As 0.06%, Cu 0.1%
  • V 38-45%, imp. max: C 1.5%, S 0.4%, P 0.4%, Si 10%, Al 1%, Mn 2%, Cr 3%, Ni 7%, Mo 1%
  • Other grades are also available

Concentrates and Oxides

Niobium pentoxide
Roasted Molybdenum concentrate (Mo oxide)
Tungsten concentrates
Vanadium Pentoxide (V oxide)

Niobium pentoxide

EU customs codes
  • LCFeCr C < 0.05%:
    2825 90 85

Niobium pentoxide is niobium intermediary product used as starting chemical for production of such compounds as Niobium Chloride, Niobium Carbide, Lithium Niobate as well as Niobium metal and different Niobium containing master alloys.

Appearance:
  • white crystalline powder insoluble in water with bulk density: 0.65 - 1 g/cc
Available specs:
  • Nb2O5 > 99.5%
  • Nb2O5 > 99%
  • Nb2O5 > 98%
  • Nb2O5 > 97%

Roasted Molybdenum concentrate

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    2613 1000 00

Roasted Molybdenum concentrate also known as Technical Molybdenum Oxide is Mo containing intermediary product being produced by roasting at air temperatures of Molybdenum Disulphide (MoS2) concentrate (typical MoS2 content 85-92%, S ab. 35-37%). The resulting roasted Mo concentrate typically contains minimum ab. 57% molybdenum, and less than 0.1% S. Between 30-40% of Global Technical Mo Oxide production is processed into Ferromolybdenum and ab. 25-30% into different chemical products (Chemically pure Molybdic Oxides and Molybdates).

Significant part of Technical Molybdenum Oxide is also used for direct alloying of steel with Molybdenum in EAF and Converter type furnaces (to achieve Mo content in EAF furnaces up to 3% and up to 1% in Converter-type furnaces). Compared with Ferromolybdenum, Technical Molybdenum oxide preferences are lower cost and quicker dissolution rate.

For more info: click here

Available shapes:
  • Sandy powder 0-2 mm / Granular powder 0-4 mm
  • Briquettes ab. 55 X 40 X 20 mm with density of ab. 4 g/cm3
Available packing:
  • 250/500 kg net drums on pallets / 1000 kg net big bags
Available specs:
  • Mo 57-63%, impurities max. Cu 0.50%, S 0.10%, C 0.10%, P 0.05%, Pb 0.05%
  • Mo 57-63%, impurities max. Cu 0.50%, S 0.10%, C 0.15%, .05%, Pb 0.20%
  • Other specs are also available.

Tungsten concentrates

EU customs codes
  • EU customs code:
    2611 0000 00

Tungsten metal and its chemicals being important compound for various applications including special steels and alloys, drilling and tooling materials, electronics and chemicals is being mined and dressed through the World mostly out from two kinds of minerals - sheelite and wolframite, which reach the market appropriatelly as sheelite and wolframite concentrates. These two products are being used for upstream processing into higher value added products, such as Tungsten Oxides, Tungsten Carbides, Tungsten metal, Ferrotungsten, etc.

Sheelite concentrate contains valuable W units in form of CaWO4 with some other impurities like Mn, P, Si, Cu, S etc.

Wolframite concentrate contains W units in form of (Fe, Mn) WO4 with impurities of S, P, Si, Sn, Sb, Mo, As, etc.

Available materials:
  • Sheelite concentrate:
  • free flowing gray powder size appox 200 microns by down
  • Wolframite concentrate:
  • free flowing sandy fines size approx 3 mm by down
Available packing:
  • 1 ton net double big bags or steel drums on pallets
Available specs:
  • Sheelite concentrate (flotational): WO3 50-53%, WO3 30-40%
  • Wolframite concentrate (gravitational): WO3 50-60%, WO3 40-50%

Vanadium Pentoxide

EU customs codes
  • EU customs codes:
    2613 1000 00

Vanadium pentoxide is vanadium intermediary product used as raw material for production of Ferrovanadium, as glass additive / in production of different catalysts, vanadium based master alloys and vanadium metal.

For more info see also: production

Vanadium pentoxide is commercially available in 3 forms: flakes, powder and granules. Flakes are mostly used for production of Ferrovanadium and Vanadium-Aluminium master alloys due to lower loss on ignition, lower sulfur and dust content, higher density compared with powder. Powder is being used in pigments, catalysts, enamelling, carbides, vanadium chemicals and metal production.

Available specs:
  • Flakes: (up to 5 mm thick): V2O5 min. 98%, impurities max Si 0.25%, Fe 0.60%, S 0.03%,P 0.05%, As 0.02%, Na2+K2O 1.50% max
  • Powder: V2O5 min. 98%, V2O4 max 2.5%, impurities max. Si 0.25%, Fe 0.30%, S 0.1%, P 0.05%, As 0.02%, Na2+K2O 1% ma
  • Granules: V2O5 min. 99.2% / 99.6%

Contacts

  • Company:
    STELLATA Invest s.r.o.
  • Legal address:
    Pobřežní 394/12, Karlín, 186 00 Prague 8, Czech Republic
  • Identification number:
    058 93 682
  • Legal form:
    Limited liability company
  • Scope of business:
    Production, trade and services not listed in appendices 1 to 3 of the Trade Licensing Act
  • Tel:
    +420 22 888 23 87
  • E-mail:
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