Abstract

Ancorsteel phosphorus alloys are ferrous base powders for PM parts requiring superior electromagnetic performance. Compared with parts made from pure, high compressibility iron powders, those made from the phosphorus alloys have higher resistivity, permeability and induction, and reduced coercive force. The presence of phosphorus also decreases the susceptibility of a PM component to nitrogen aging. These alloys are produced by making ferrophosphorus additions to the highly compressible iron powders Ancorsteel 1000B or Ancorsteel 1000C. This datasheet provides information on physical properties, and tensile properties. It also includes information on powder metal forms. Filing Code: CS-196. Producer or source: Hoeganaes Corporation.

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