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- n. An alloy of iron with 15-45% titanium; used in the manufacture of specialist steel
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In metallurgy, an alloy of iron and titanium used to some extent in steel-making.
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Titanium is added in the form of ferrotitanium, containing either about 15 per cent titanium and 6 to 8 per cent carbon, or about 25 per cent titanium and no carbon.
AMG is a significant producer of specialty metals, such as ferrovanadium, ferronickel-molybdenum, aluminum master alloys and additives, chromium metal and ferrotitanium, for Energy, Aerospace, Infrastructure and Specialty Metal and Chemicals applications.
Titanium master alloys, vanadium chemicals, ferronickel-molybdenum and ferrotitanium products were also impacted by falling end market prices.