TZM alloy, or Titanium-Zirconium-Molybdenum alloy, is one of the standard high temerature molybdenum. It is a molybdenum alloy with solid solution and strengthening particles, and is composed of 0.50% titanium and 0.08% zirconium and 0.02% Carbon, with the remaining molybdenum. Its physical properties and chemical performance are superior to that of pure molybdenum. The recrystallization temperature of it is > 1400 ℃, far higher than molybdenum, and it can also provide better weldability.
Areas for the application of TZM include heat treatment furnace components, rotating anodes for x-ray generation, injection molding hot runner nozzles, forming tools, light alloy die castings, isothermal forging billets, and piercing dies for tube production.