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Molybdenum Components come in range of forms and sizes.

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February 15, 2013 - Vacuum Furnace Molybdenum (VFM) Component Stocking Program provides vacuum furnace customers with replacement materials for support structures, furnace rails, heat shields, heating elements, evaporation boats, crucibles, and other molybdenum components. Forms and sizes include 0.010–2.0 in. rods, 0.005–0.187 in. sheets, 0.005–0.060 in. DDQ sheets, 0.1875–1.00 in. plates, and 0.001–0.125 in. wire as well as threaded rod and hex nuts in assorted sizes.

Ed Fagan, Inc.

769 Susquehanna Ave., Franklin Lakes, NJ, 07417, USA

Original Press Release

Ed Fagan Inc. Announces New VFM Program with Expanded Line of Molybdenum for Vacuum Furnace Operators

Press release date: February 12, 2013

Ed Fagan Inc. has announced a new, Vacuum Furnace Molybdenum Component Stocking Program (VFM) which offers an expanded line of molybdenum products and services to provide vacuum furnace customers with replacement materials for support structures, furnace rails, heat shields, heating elements, evaporation boats, crucibles, and other molybdenum components needed.

The new program includes more stock sizes and deeper inventory of molybdenum in the following forms and size ranges: rod 0.010” up to 2.0”, sheet 0.005” up to 0.187”, DDQ sheet 0.005” up to 0.060”, plate 0.1875” up to 1.00”, wire 0.001” up to 0.125”, and threaded rod and hex nuts in assorted sizes.

Ed Fagan Inc. offers immediate shipment of all stock material, and EFI can cut, slit, or center-less grind molybdenum to the customer’s exact requirements.

Ed Fagan Inc. has supplied specialty metals and alloys such as glass-to-metal sealing, controlled expansion, electrical/electronic, refractory, and soft magnetic (non permanent magnetic) metals and alloys; and other hard-to-find materials in various forms including sheet, plate, rod, bar, coil, and foil for over 40 years to the aerospace, electronics, optics, magnetic, lighting, heat treating, defense and other high-technology industries.

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