Commodity: Pig iron powder; Once reduced iron powder； Secondary reduced iron powder
Size: 40mesh, 80mesh, 100mesh, 150mesh, 200mesh
Total Fe: ≥85; ≥95; ≥96; ≥98
Iron powder has several uses; for example production of magnetic alloys and certain types of steels.
Iron powder is formed as a whole from several other iron particles. The particle sizes vary anywhere from 20-200 μm. The iron properties differ depending on the production method and history of a specific iron powder. There are three types of iron powder classifications: reduced iron powder, atomized powder, and electrolyte iron powder. Each type is used in various applications depending on their properties. There is very little difference in the visual appearances of reduced iron powder and atomized iron powder.
Iron powders are used to manufacture sintered components, soft magnetic components, brazing, iron fortification, friction products, printing, surface coating, welding, chemistry and polymer filtrations. Iron powder products are classified by purity, production method, grain and density.
Iron powders contribute to the friction level and their behavior with respect to noise depends essentially on morphology and consequently the production process.
Most iron powders are used for automobile parts:
Steering parts, suspension, and brake parts
Seats and door parts
Iron powder is also used for:
Bearings and filter parts
High strength/wear-resistant parts
Friction parts (mainly automobile parts)
as a fuel
A: Metal Fe: 92Min. C: ≤0.1, Si: ≤0.6 Mn: ≤0.5 P: ≤0.025 S: ≤0.02 Cu: ≤0.1
B: Metal Fe: 92Min. C: ≤0.1, Si: ≤0.6 Mn: ≤0.5 P: ≤0.025 S: ≤0.02 Cu: ≤0.1
N: Metal Fe: 92Min. C: ≤0.1, Si: ≤0.6 Mn: ≤0.5 P: ≤0.025 S: ≤0.02 Cu: ≤0.1
Packing: In 20kg pp bag, in 1,000kg jumbo bags.