Magnesium Lithium Master Alloy MgLi10 14 alloys

<img src="/uploads/HTB142e4SXXXXXc2apXXq6xXFXXXY.jpg" alt="Magnesium Lithium Master Alloy MgLi10 14 alloys" ori-width="751" ori-height="289">Magnesium Lithium Master Alloy MgLi10 14 alloys Product introduction: Magnesium-lithium master alloy, also known as magnesium-lithium alloy, is an alloy mainly composed of magnesium and lithium. This master alloy is often used as an additive in the production of various magnesium-based alloys to enhance their mechanical properties and properties. Adding lithium to magnesium alloys increases strength, stiffness and corrosion resistance, making them valuable components for industries including aerospace, automotive and electronics. One specific type of magnesium-lithium master alloy that is widely used is the MgLi10 alloy. This special alloy contains 10% lithium and is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, making it ideal for lightweight structural applications. Due to its exceptional strength and low density, MgLi10 alloy is commonly used in the aerospace industry to manufacture aircraft components and structural parts. In addition, the alloy's corrosion resistance makes it also suitable for use in marine and automotive components. Magnesium-lithium master alloys, especially MgLi10 alloys, have applications beyond the aerospace and automotive sectors. It is also used in the production of electronics and consumer goods, where there is a high demand for lightweight materials with excellent mechanical properties. The use of MgLi10 alloy in these industries allows the development of lighter and more durable products, ultimately improving product performance and efficiency. Overall, the versatility and enhanced properties of magnesium-lithium master alloys make them indispensable materials in a variety of industrial applications. Product index
Product Name Magnesium Lithium Master Alloy
Standard GB/T27677-2011
Content Chemical Compositions ≤ %
Balance Li Si Fe Ni Cu
MgLi10 Mg 8.0~12.0 0.01 0.02 0.01 0.01
Applications 1. Hardeners: Used for enhancing physical and mechanical properties of metal alloys. 2. Grain Refiners: Used for controlling the dispersion of individual crystals in metals to produce a finer and more uniform grain structure. 3. Modifiers & Special Alloys: Typically used to increase strength, ductility and machinability.
Other Products MgLi, MgSi, MgCa, MgCe, MgSr, MgY, MgGd, MgNd, MgLa, MgSm, MgSc, MgDy, MgEr, MgYb, MgMn, etc.
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