cobalt chromium molybdenum is an alloy of metals, which is a so-called super-alloy and is used for high temperature applications. It contains 65%-75% of cobalt, 15%-25% of chromium and 3%-7% of molybdenum.
This material is widely used in industrial applications such as batteries, super alloys, magnets and corrosion-resistant alloys. It has excellent wear resistance and is also biocompatible.
A cobalt-chromium molybdenum alloy is used in medical equipment to make prosthetic limbs that are strong and durable but do not cause harm to the human body. The alloy is a promising candidate for total knee replacement systems.
In addition, this material is also used in medical devices to replace kidneys and livers. Its mechanical properties and high temperature stability make it a good candidate for these procedures.
These characteristics make the cobalt-chromium molybdenum super alloy a popular choice for these implants. The alloy can be shaped, drilled and polished to suit the specific requirements of the patient and its implant.
The cobalt-chromium molybdenum is one of the most important materials for high-end orthopedic implants. It has good corrosion resistance, biocompatibility and can be easily implanted into the body.
Cobalt is a trace element found naturally in the earth's crust, incorporated into various rock minerals and ores. It is essential for human health and can be found in the active sites of a group of enzymes called coenzymes, particularly vitamin B12.