Overview of Vanadium
Vanadium has weak conductivity which is only one tenth as conductive as copper.
Compact Vanadium is stable to oxygen, nitrogen, or hydrogen at room temperature, and resistant to hydrochloric acid, dilute sulfuric acid, alkali solutions, and seawater corrosion. Vanadium is corroded by acid, hydrofluoric acid or concentrated sulfuric acid.
Application of Vanadium
Most of the original Vanadium was used in steel, increasing the strength, toughness and abrasion resistance of steel.
Later people gradually discovered the Vanadium in the Titanium alloy excellent improvement function, and applied to the aerospace field. With the development of science and technology, Vanadium is used more and more widely in non-steel fields, including aerospace, chemistry, batteries, optics and many other fields. Vanadium alloys are also used in magnetic materials, hard alloys, superconducting materials (such as V3Ga) and nuclear reactor materials. In addition to the above application fields, Vanadium also has a wide range of USES in glass, ceramics, medicine and other fields.
Our Vanadium product specifications
Here is some dimension of our products:
Vanadium Sheets with 1-5 mm thickness can be 500mm wide and 1000mm long. For Vanadium Plates with other thickness, the length and width will gradually decrease as the thickness increases.