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With Cobalt

Cups, Crucibles, Cans

Cobalt is a reflective, lustrous and hard alloying element resembling iron and nickel that is used in high- temperature, wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant alloys. Some of these alloys are biocompatible and are used for orthopedic implants. Its cobalt blue tint enables it to be used most commonly for paint pigments.


Name: Cobalt
Symbol: Co
Atomic Number: 27
Atomic Weight: 58.933
Density: 8.832 g/cm
Standard State: Solid

Group in Periodic Table: 9
Period in Periodic Table: 4
Block in Periodic Table: d
CAS Registry ID: 7440-48-4

Physical Properties

Thermal Properties

Melting Point: 1495 °C
Boiling Point: 2900 °C
Thermal Conductivity: 69.04 W/m . K at 20 °C

Electrical Properties

Electrical Conductivity: 27.6% IACS at 20 °C
Electrical Resistivity: 52.5 nΩ . m at 20 °C, Temperature Coefficient, 5.31 nΩ . m per K

Magnetic Properties

Magnetic Permeability: Initial, 68; maximum, 245
Coercive Force: 708.3 A . m -1 for Hmax = 0.1 T
Saturation Magnetization: 1.87 T (4πIs)

Fabrication Characteristics

Workability: Annealed cobalt strip can be cold rolled to about 25% reduction in area between intermediate anneals

Mechanical Properties

Hardness: Annealed Strip: 65 HR45T
Poisson’s Ratio: .032
Elastic Modulus: Tension, 211 GPa; shear, 826 GPa; compression, 183 GPa
Velocity of sound: 5880 m/s for longitudinal bulk waves; 3100 m/s for shear waves

About Standard Die

Standard Die is a precision metal stamper specializing in small parts made from thin grade specialty metals. Mastering refractory metals like tantalum and titanium and common materials like copper and steel, we pride ourselves in delivering the highest quality product with the best customer service in the industry.
Our metal stampings are of the highest quality, and our deep drawn and forming capabilities are among the best in the industry. We specialize in drawing small cups, cans, cones, crucibles and more, yet we are fully capable of forming brackets, rivets, clips, terminals and more.