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  • noun An alloy of iron and up to 55% vanadium; used in the manufacture of specialist steel

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  • The ferrovanadium that is imported is purchased from Canada, China, the Czech Republic, South Africa, and other nations.

    Vanadium

  • These hard, strong ferrovanadium alloys are used to make armor plating for military vehicles and other protective vehicles.

    Vanadium

  • However, it is often cheaper to import vanadium and ferrovanadium products.

    Vanadium

  • Care should be taken to see that this material is properly deoxidized either by the use of ferrovanadium or its equivalent.

    The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel

  • The important criterion in connection with the use of this material is that the steel be properly deoxidized, either through the use of ferrovanadium or its equivalent.

    The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel

  • It has been used in making very pure copper castings for electrical purposes, in aluminum bronzes, and in hardening aluminum castings; and an alloy, ferroboron, has been shown experimentally to act on steel somewhat like ferrovanadium.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • The concentrates are all shipped to the United States and some of the ferrovanadium is exported from this country to Europe.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • It is added in the form of ferrovanadium, carrying

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • 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.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • 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.

    Reuters: Press Release

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