Pure Molybdenum Woven Wire Mesh

Molybdenum wire mesh is woven from molybdenum alloy wire. The purity of molybdenum is as high as 99.95%, and it also contains some other trace elements. It is a widely used metal. In many cases, it has very similar properties to tungsten, such as the sixth-highest melting point (approximately 2623 ℃ or 4753 ℉), high strength, and maintaining structural stability under extremely high pressure and temperature conditions. At the same time, it has better ductility than tungsten mesh, because the density of molybdenum is lower, which is about half that of tungsten.


Molybdenum wire mesh also has some of the same characteristics as other rare metal wire mesh, such as electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, resistance to corrosion, acids, alkalis, oxidation, and other harsh environments. At normal temperature, molybdenum wire is very stable in the atmosphere and water, and will not react to hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid, dilute nitric acid and alkaline solutions.

Like the titanium mesh, the surface is black when the graphite emulsion coating is on the surface, and it is bright white when the graphite emulsion coating is removed.

  • High melting point and high strength at high temperatures.
  • Low density, low vapor pressure, limited coefficient of thermal expansion.
  • Better ductility and toughness than tungsten wire mesh.
  • Excellent filtration performance.
  • Good electrical and thermal conductivity.
  • Resistant to acid and alkali corrosion and wear.
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