When you need commercially pure Molybdenum wire for your next project, contact the experts at Ed Fagan Below you will find a sampling of our standard stock Molybdenum wire product. If you do not see the size you require, or if you have specific requirements that are not covered here, please give us a call. We are experts in the materials we sell, and we have an extensive inventory of refractory metals and alloys in our NJ and CA facilities. We provide precision, in-house cutting and machining services for customers that require their materials meet specific size requirements. Standard stock orders are available to ship within 24 hours of order confirmation. All orders ship with mill certification and are professionally packaged so your order will arrive damage free and on time. Rely on Ed Fagan for your all your Molybdenum wire and other special purpose metals and alloys needs!
Molybdenum Wire Sizes
We stock commercially pure Molybdenum wire inventory in a variety of popular sizes from 0.001” to 0.100” diameters. Our wire is supplied to your tolerance, concentricity and straightness requirements and desired length. Our extensive stock of high-quality Molybdenum wire conforms to ASTM B387 standards.
|Molybdenum||Wire||0.001” to 0.100" - cut to required length|
|Molybdenum wire available to your tolerance, concentricity, and straightness requirements. Please call 800-348-6268 to speak with a materials expert regarding cutting wire to your specifications.|
Molybdenum wire first appeared in the early 20th century for use as lead wires in incandescent lamps. Today, Molybdenum wire finds use in many other applications due to its valuable physical and mechanical properties enabling it to be utilized widely in the construction of power tube grids and support structures, in glass-to-metal seals and as filaments for the electronics and lighting markets. It is also used extensively in the heat treating industry in high temperature vacuum and hydrogen atmosphere furnaces.
- High Creep Resistance
- Low Thermal Expansion
- High Melting Point
- Good Corrosion Resistance
- High Rigidity
- Low Vapor Pressure
- High Thermal Conductivity
- High Strength at High Temperatures
To download an Ed Fagan Molybdenum data sheet, or any other Refractory Metals and Alloys data sheets, please go to the Data Sheets section in our Technical Library.