Niobium is used mostly in alloys, the largest part in special steel such as that used in gas pipelines. This small percentage of niobium enhances the strength of the steel. The temperature stability of niobium-containing superalloys is important for its use in jet and rocket engines. Niobium is used in various superconducting materials. These superconducting alloys, also containing titanium and tin, are widely used in the superconducting magnets of MRI scanners. Other applications of niobium include welding, nuclear industries, electronics, optics, numismatics, and jewellery.
Composition: Niobium Lump 99.9%
Common Metallic Impurities: Trace metals basis
Physical Description: Grey metallic
Packaging: Packed in sealed polythene bags and supplied in securely sealed metal drums, resistant to the impregnation of water
Certificate of Analysis (COA): Available upon request