Manganese Powder – Manganese powder is most often used in the steel and iron industries to create alloys for the manufacturing of tools and machinery. The steel and iron alloys are often used to create car parts and materials for the construction industry.
Nickel Based Alloy Powder – Nickel powder is combined with other metals, including steel and iron, in applications where corrosion resistance is a must, like in the marine industry.
Red and Black Cupric Oxide – These powdered metals are formed by combining copper oxides with copper. They are most commonly used for wood treatment and as pigments in glazes and ceramics.
Tin Powder – M and SW grade tin powders are primarily used in spray-on applications for corrosion resistance. It is also used in the manufacturing of high-powered magnets and self-lubricating bearings.
Zinc Powder – Zinc powder is incredibly versatile. It can be used to manufacture galvanized steel and to create brass. It is also used in certain types of paints and for precision die casting as well as for plating other types of metals.
And there are many other types of metal powders like Stainless Steel Powder, Die Steel Powder, Cobalt Based Alloy Powder, Refractory Metal Powder, Soft Magnetic Powder, Silver Powder. They are always used as Additive Manufacturing Powder including MIM Powder, Coating Powder, etc.