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Atomized Magnesium Powders

Although it is the eighth most abundant element in the universe and the seventh most abundant element in the earth’s crust, magnesium is never found free in nature.

Magnesium burns with a brilliant white light and is used in pyrotechnics, flares and photographic flashbulbs. Magnesium is the lightest metal that can be used to build things, although its use as a structural material is limited since it burns at relatively low temperatures. Magnesium is frequently alloyed with aluminum, which makes aluminum easier to roll, extrude and weld. Magnesium-aluminum alloys are used where strong, lightweight materials are required, such as in airplanes, missiles and rockets. Cameras, horseshoes, baseball catchers’ masks and snowshoes are other items that are made from magnesium alloys.

Spherical Shape (Prodcued by Gas Atomization)

170 mesh, 200 mesh, 250 mesh, 325 mesh, 400 mesh

Components Content (wt%)
Magnesium (Mg)                       99.92
Zinc (Zn)                                       0.004
Iron (Fe)                                        0.007
Aluminium (Al)                          0.003
Nickel (Ni)                                   0.008
Copper (Cu)                                 0.001
Manganese (Mn)                        0.02
Silicon (Si)                                   0.03