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 Metal Powders

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We offer 100% hydrogen reduced Iron Powder, 100 mesh, for chemical reactions, magnetism experiments and making coarse magnetic paints. Other sizes are available upon request. We accept custom packaging and labeling of this product for distributors and large retailers of iron powder.

Iron powder ships in small plastic containers, glass bottles and metal cans depending on the quantity and the shipping destination. Our largest packaging for iron powder is 100 LB plastic Pail.

Chemical Name: Iron

Chemical Formula: Fe

Chemical Analysis:
H2-Loss 0.94%
Acid Insolubility = 0.29%
Apparent Density (Hall) = 2.33g/cc

Screen Analysis: %
+80 Mesh TRACE
-80/+100 0.5
-100/+140 11.3
-140/+200 26.10
-200/+325 32.60
-325 Mesh 29.50

Fine Iron Powder

Copper Powder

We offer many different copper powders for industrial and research applications.

See a complete list of copper powders at ChemicalStore.com.

Visit CopperPowders.com for applications and technical information of copper powders.

Granular Copper powder CUPDR:

CUPDR is a high purity 99.9% copper powder made from electrolytic copper.

Physical Specs: Granular 150 mesh.
Analysis in percent ....... Screen Analysis
60   0.0
60-100   0.7
100-200   89.7
200-325   9.1
325   0.5
Copper powders have been used in industrial applications for many years. Probably the best known is the self-lubricating bearing which was the first major application and still accounts for about 70% of the granular copper powder used. This application takes advantage of the ability to produce a component with controlled interconnected and surface-connected porosity. The production of metallic filters also takes advantage of this ability.

Pure copper powder is used in the electrical and the electronics industries because of its excellent electrical and thermal conductivities. Alloyed with tin, zinc, nickel and other elements, copper in powder form is used in structural parts and friction materials. Brasses, bronzes and other copper alloys produced by powder metallurgy methods have the physical and mechanical properties of their cast or wrought counterparts. Copper is used also as an alloying element in iron powder components to enhance the mechanical properties and control dimensional changes during sintering, the addition being made either by mixing or by infiltration.

Copper powder applications include:

  • powder metallurgy (PM)
  • metal injection molding (MIM)
  • friction components
  • thermal management
  • diamond cutting tools
  • lubricants
  • carbon brush
  • coatings
  • catalyst
  • brazing paste

 

Metal Powder Typical Applications

Iron powder is used in many different industries. Following are examples of Iron Powder applications.

Sintered Components

Metal powders open up new possibilities for creative and cost-effective design solutions. Almost 80% of global iron and steel powder production is converted into sintered components. The manufacturing process involves the shaping of a tailor-made powder formulation by pressure and heat (sintering). Sintered components offer design freedom, almost 100% material utilization and many other benefits. Sintered parts using iron powder

Over 40 million sintered components are produced every day for use in numerous applications including vehicles, power tools and white goods.

Our high purity iron powders may be used for sintered parts with or without adding other metallic powders.

Soft Magnetic Composites

Soft Magnetic Composites (SMC) is the internationally recognized name for pressed and heat-treated metal powder components with three-dimensional (3D) magnetic properties. SMC materials are composed of surface-insulated iron powder particles, that are compacted to form uniform isotropic components with complex shapes in a single step. Soft magnetic parts using iron powder

The use of these materials now makes innovative electrical machine designs industrially viable.


Brazing

High temperature brazing is a joining process carried out under vacuum or in a controlled (reducing) atmosphere with a brazing temperature above 900C. At brazing the brazing filler metal melts and is drawn by capillarity while molten into the thin space between the base material (not melted) that are to be joined. When cooled a strong and leak free metallurgical bond is created. Iron powder used in Brazing pastes

Chemical and Metallurgical

Iron powder can be used in several chemical and metallurgical processes from the production of aluminum foil to magnetic paints.

Our products also play a role in the recycling of industrial chemicals and are utilized in steel plants and may be used in pharmaceutical industry.

For some applications there is more or less no alternative to iron powder. These applications often have special requirements for specific properties and stringent demands for consistency. In other applications the high surface area and/or purity of iron powder can offer more cost-effective solutions compared to alternative methods.

Friction

Friction materials are utilized in the braking systems of automobiles, commercial vehicles, aircraft, motorcycles, trains and off-road vehicles and in other industrial applications. In simple terms, these materials help stop vehicles as a part of the brake pad or drum brake lining. The exact composition of a brake lining is often a closely guarded secret, and the process of achieving it is almost as much an art as a science. Iron powder used in brake pads

 Iron powder is a key ingredient in semi-metallic brake linings, enhancing both the performance and the long-term reliability and durability of the product.

Surface Coating

Thermal surfacing - an opportunity to achieve the desired performance characteristics on exposed metal surfaces.

Iron powders may be used as high-quality thermal surfacing powders. They offer a proven, cost-effective method to improve both the performance and endurance of components in high-wear and corrosive environment. Examples include engine valves, printing rollers, glass bottle moulds and steel rollers. Iron powder used in magnetic paints

Research and Education

Physical science experiments involving magnets and electromagnetism use iron powders in many different ways. Chemical science experiments such as making iron compounds also benefit from high purity of our iron powders.

Where can I buy Iron Powder?

You may order iron powder online from MiniScience.com online store or from ChemicalStore.com. Check for price and availability.

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Where to buy?

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Our products are available at the following online stores. For large orders please call in advance and verify the availability, wholesale discounts and shipping options. If you cannot find any product in the online store of your choice, please use the search option of the store or call (973)777-3113 for further assistance.

SchoolOrders.com
MiniScience
CanadaScientific
ScienceKitStore
ChemicalStore
ScienceProjectStore

  All orders will be shipped from our warehouses in United States (USA), Canada or United Kingdom. We ship worldwide to most countries including U.S., Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Germany, France, Netherlands, and many other countries.

List of metals for science experiments

Metals


Metal Electrodes

Platinum Electrode

Iron Filings
Aluminum
Aluminum Electrode (Al)
Brass
Brass Electrode (BS)
Bronze
Bronze Electrode (BZ)
Carbon
Carbon Electrode (C)
Copper Electrode
Copper Electrode (Cu)
Iron Electrode
Iron Electrode (Fe)
Lead Electrode
Lead Electrode (Pb)
Magnesium Electrode
Magnesium Electrode (Mg)
Nickel Electrode
Nickel Electrode (Ni)
Steel Electrode
Steel Electrode (SS)
Zinc Electrode
Zinc Electrode (Zn)
Bismuth
Bismuth Pellets (Bi)
Copper electrode
Cupper Plates (Cu)
Lead Rod
Lead Rod (Pb)
Lead Wire
Lead Wire (Pb)

Lead Sheet Metal

Magnesium Electrode (Mg)
Magnesium Ribbon
Magnesium Ribbon

Metal Cylinders

Metal Electrodes
Tin shots
Tin metal shots
Zinc Electrodes
Zinc Plate (Zn)
Titanium Rods
Titanium (Ti)
Iron Powder
Iron Powder

Copper Powder
Nickel Balls
Nickel Pellets

Brass Balls

Molybdenum (Mo)

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