What is CERROMATRIX Alloy?
CERROMATRIX alloy is a non-eutectic bismuth-based alloy with a behaviour change point between 103°C and 227°C (218-440F). It is widely used by industry and craftsmen as a thermal fuse for forming and holding parts.
It is used in a variety of applications, such as anchoring punches in dies, locating parts in tooling docks, split-jaw mandrels, jigs, fixtures, or even dies for forming blocks of shape, metal, toggle jaws, etc. CERROMATRIX alloy is used in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, construction, optics, shipbuilding and healthcare.
Characteristics of CERROMATRIX Alloy
CERROMATRIX alloy has a melting point between 103°C and 227°C. It has a Brinell hardness of 19. The alloy’s characteristics can also be modified, depending on the ratio of its constituent elements. These include solidus/liquidus temperatures, hardness (often ranging from 9 to 22) and expansion rate. It all depends on the requirements of the industries and craftsmen who use it.
Finally, CERROMATRIX alloy can be ordered in various forms: ingots, bars, small ingots, rods, etc.
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