Katariya Steel is the main manufacturer of Niobium Rod Wire. These Rod Wires are silvery metallic with a layer of oxide, they are very corrosion resistant. Their body is gray-white metallic, soft, rare, ductile, and malleable. The metal begins to oxidize quickly in the air at 200 degrees Celsius. Katariya Steel Distributors also provides these products to clients in custom sizes and shapes.
Our niobium bars and rods have a wide range of applications that is Sodium vapor lamps, HD television backlighting, capacitors, jewellery, chemical processing equipment, etc. Cold rolling and annealing are used in our manufacturing process to produce bars and rods with ideal mechanical properties and uniform grain structures throughout the rod or bar.
Niobium was not used commercially until the early twentieth century because of niobium's superconductive properties, it is a widespread application in large�scale electricity generation. Its superconductive properties make it useful for space exploration, research, and physics experiments. Other niobium alloys, such as those containing tin and aluminum, are also superconductive. When cooled below 9.25 K (-442.75�F), pure niobium becomes a superconductor.