Ferro-alloys trading

The term ferro-alloys means special iron alloys combined with other elements that are added to the metal bath on machining and refining stainless steel to introduce and correct the elements necessary to obtain the value you wish for all the elements composing the alloy. Moreover, ferro-alloys often have the advantage of featuring a melting point lower than the one of pure metal.

Giuliani Metalli has been not only trading in stainless steel, but also selling ferro-alloys for several years, in particular ferrotitanium, ferromolybdenum and ferroniobium on the main target markets and in contact with the main consumers. For more information on our offer or for a quotation, fill in the form on this page: we will answer you as quickly as possible.

The main ferro-alloys we are dealing in are listed here below.

Ferrotitanium is a ferro-alloy whose titanium content may vary between 15% and 75%. It is used in the iron and steel industry as a purifying and deoxidising agent for steel alloys.


Ferromolybdenum is an alloy whose molybdenum content is abt. 60-75% [1] It is of fundamental importance in the iron and steel industry and it is the main source of molybdenum for the realisation of HSLA steels.


Ferroniobium is an alloy whose niobium content is 60-70%. It is the main niobium alloy source of the HSLA steel and it covers over 80% of the worldwide niobium production.

Ferrochrome (FeCr) is a chrome and iron alloy containing 50% – 70% of chrome by weight


Ferrosilicon is an iron and silicon alloy whose average silicon content lies between 15% and 90%.

Ferromanganese is a ferro-alloy having a high manganese content. The specific North American standard, ASTM A99, is intended to make a distinction between standard, medium-carbon and low-carbon ferromanganese.