Molybdenum TZM Alloy is comprised of 0.5% titanium (Ti), 0.08% zirconium (Zr), 0.1- 0.04% carbon (C), and the balance being the element molybdenum. This alloy is produced by powder metallurgy techniques with the addition of particle-strengthened carbides and oxides to inhibit grain growth at high temperatures. This combination increases the ductility and creep strength of the alloy. One of molybdenum TZM most significant advantages over pure molybdenum is that above 2000°F its tensile strength is approximately twice that of molybdenum. TZM is best used for applications where components are subjected to both high temperature environments and high mechanical loading.

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