Wrought molybdenum metal bar refers to a solid, cylindrical form of molybdenum that has been processed through a shaping and deformation process known as wrought fabrication. Molybdenum (symbol Mo) is a refractory metal with a high melting point and excellent mechanical and thermal properties. It is commonly used in various industries, including aerospace, defense, electronics, and energy.

Wrought fabrication involves subjecting molybdenum to high temperatures and mechanical deformation, such as rolling, forging, or extrusion, to shape it into a bar form. This process enhances the material’s mechanical strength, ductility, and uniformity. The resulting molybdenum bar exhibits improved grain structure and enhanced properties compared to cast molybdenum.

Molybdenum bars are available in different sizes and grades to meet specific application requirements. They can be further processed into various components, such as sheets, plates, rods, wires, and other forms. These bars are often utilized in applications where high-temperature strength, corrosion resistance, and excellent thermal conductivity are crucial, such as in furnace components, electrical contacts, rocket nozzles, and high-temperature heating elements.