Master Alloys
What is a master alloy?

A master alloy is a solid raw cast, composed by a mixture of two or more metallic elements, created for specific ingredient's addition, into a molten metal mass.

How does a master alloy work?

The requested element's addition is operated, through the additional melting of the selected master alloy, into the molten metal mass.
In order to obtain the best performances, of rapid melting, caloric engagement and dissolution, the indicated master alloys are, in most cases, balanced by the same element, of which the melting mass to be treated is composed.
To examplify, whereas the interest stands, for the increase of Strontium (or any other element), into a molten metal mass, mainly composed by (say Aluminium), the indicated master alloy, would then be AlSr(%).

How does a master alloy look like?

The shapes have been designed, get produced and are supplied, following the element's addition needs (quantity/sizing) and the market's competition over the supply and demand (productivity/pricing), of the specific ones.
On the overall, we are taking advantage of these mainstream, productive techniques, resulting in the listed shapes:

Continuous-casting (CC):

Semi-continuous casting (SC):

High Pressure Pressing (HPP)

Alloying technology

The below listed titles, are the resulting effect of a certain element or elements spectrum addition.

Anti-corrosion

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Deoxidation

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Desulfurisation

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Grain refinement

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Hardening

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Nucleation

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Structural modification

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

Super-conduction

It is the metallurgical practice, carried out for the purpose of:

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Master Alloys
What is a master alloy?How does a master alloy work?How does a master alloy look like?
        Alloying technology
        Anti-corrosion
          Deoxidation
            Desulfurisation
              Grain refinement
                Hardening
                  Nucleation
                    Structural modification
                      Super-conduction
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