Tantalum is one of the most inert, unreactive metals known. Its primary use is in high power electronic capacitors and resistors. It is one of the best metals for this purpose as it confers a high capacitance in a small volume. This feature offers size and weight advantages in sophisticated hand-held electronic devices such as mobile phones and portable computers.
The chemical inertness of tantalum allows its use in medical and dental applications since the metal does not interact with body tissues. The industry uses this metal in the following ways:
Our customers use Tantalum to produce superalloys that have:
Typical products that use Tantalum alloys are:
Tantalum is sold as bars or rods.
Tantalum is the 73rd element in the periodic table, with the symbol Ta. It is renowned as one of the most inert and unreactive metals known, with corrosion resistance and a high melting point.
Due to its high melting point, Tantalum is a part of the refractory metals group, a group of metals used as components of strong alloys with high melting points.
LKAB Minerals’ Tantalum originates from reliable sources in the U.S. and China.
The product is harmless to the environment, non-toxic in all its forms and a sustainable materials.
Our customers use industrial minerals to improve constructions, increase safety and reduce costs.