There are many high-temperature applications that use electrodes consisting of tungsten (W), molybdenum (Mo), niobium (Nb), and tantalum (Ta), including welding and electrical discharge machining (EDM).
High melting point for high-temperature applications.
Excellent thermal conductivity and durability.
Chemically stable for maintaining electrode integrity.
Ideal for welding and electrical discharge machining.
High melting point for high-temperature processes.
Good electrical conductivity for electrical and electronic applications.
Corrosion-resistant, suitable for harsh environments.
Ductile, allowing fine wire fabrication for electrical contacts.
Superconducting properties at low temperatures for specialized applications.
High corrosion resistance, making it ideal for aggressive chemical environments.
Biocompatible for medical devices like pacemakers.
Used in superconducting and medical applications.
Exceptional corrosion resistance, particularly in chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Biocompatible for medical implants and devices.
Stable electrical properties across temperature ranges.
Used in chemical, medical, and electronic applications where corrosion resistance is critical.