Vanadium wire has pronounced springy properties, so it is
often used to make small, but very powerful, as for its size, springs.
This product can be supplied by us in various thicknesses. The most
common such wire in the steel industry, because vanadium alloys have
unique properties. They spring well, demonstrating excellent resistance
to shock loads. Therefore, it is often used to make precision power
tools of small sizes, for example, screwdrivers for watchmakers.
Vanadium wire is convenient in that it can be used to accurately meter
the amount of metal in small metallurgical industries.
Where is this metal wire used?
Its main consumer is metallurgy, because it is rarely made any products from pure vanadium. In industry there is such a term as microalloying. It is precisely as such an additive that the vanadium wire is most often used. It is also used for the production of high-tech electrodes, which should be used for welding complex metals and alloys in the most unusual conditions.
Wire is rarely used for forging or stamping products from it. Basically, these are various fasteners that should be used in conditions of elevated temperature. For example, it can be elements of household stoves, gas ovens. Also, wire is widely used in instrumentation and in the field of instrumentation.