There’s only one thing tantalum can’t do: Give up.
Tantalum’s corrosion resistance makes it a valuable material in a large number of chemical applications. We use our “unyielding” material, for example, to produce heat exchangers for the equipment construction sector, charge carriers for furnace construction, implants for medical technology and capacitor components for the electronics industry.
Tantalum is a sensible choice whenever high corrosion?resistance is required. Even though tantalum is not one of the noble metals, it is comparable to them in terms of chemical resistance. In addition, tantalum is very easy to work at well below room temperature despite its bodycentered cubic crystal structure.
Tantalum bolts are best known for its unmatched corrosion resistance and chemical inertness. Tantalum bolts have a similar corrosion resistance to that of glass, but all of the typical mechanical and electrical properties of a metal.
Tantalum bolts are also extremely stable at high temperatures, since tantalum has a melting point around 3000¡ãC. High temperature applications require vaccum or inert gas since tantalum may embrittle when used in oxygen rich environments above 250¡ãC. ?Tantalum bolts are also one of the most bio-compatible metals available and is also radio-opaque due to its high density (16.68 g/cm3).
All tantalum bolts are available in commercially pure tantalum and tantalum 2.5% tungsten (Ta-2.5%W).
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