Rhenium is one of the rarest elements in the earth’s crust. Its content in the earth’s crust is estimated at 7.10-8 by weight. The material consists of white colored Ammonium Perrhenate in the form of fine powder.
The material was noted to be free of oxidation and contamination and was visually noted to be a dry condition.
Rhenium is added to high-temperature superalloys that are used to make jet engine parts, which consume 70% of the world’s rhenium production. Another important application is platinum-rhenium catalysts, which are mainly used in the production of high-octane lead-free gasoline.
Packaging: The product is in a plastic container, in wooden boxes.
We offer Rhenium State Standard 31411-2009, originating from deposits in the Central Kazakhstan region.