Abstract

Wieland Duro TZM is a molybdenum-titanium-zirconium-carbon alloy produced from pressed-and-sintered billets. Compared to unalloyed molybdenum, it exhibits higher recrystallization temperature and enhanced high-temperature strength and creep strength. Wieland Duro TZM is typically used between 700 and 1400 °C (1290 and 2550 °F) in a non-oxidizing environment. This datasheet provides information on composition, physical properties, hardness, elasticity, and tensile properties. It also includes information on high temperature performance as well as machining and powder metal forms. Filing Code: Mo-20. Producer or source: Wieland Duro GmbH.

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