Why choose Tungsten Carbide Tips?

Tungsten Carbide Tips form an extremely dense crystal structure called hexagonal crystal. It is one of the best tips that you can buy for industrial use.

Features of Tungsten Carbide Tips:


1. High hardness
2. High strength at high temperature

Since Tungsten Carbide Tips has high strength at high temperature and low, warm extension coefficient, it is an ideal unrefined substance for slicing instruments to be utilized in a high-temperature and fast climate.

High protection from erosion

Tungsten carbide is an amazingly steady substance, and it doesn’t oxidize at typical temperatures in air. Also, it isn’t frame a strong arrangement with different components and keeps stable qualities even in serious conditions.

We produce both norm and client necessities items. We can give proficient plans to tweaked tungsten carbide items.

We do all the cycles from the start in our production line, from blend grade powder to brazing, accuracy granulating. So we can handle the quality right to results.

We’re sure to offer you superior grade, sensible value items.

Zhuzhou Kerui Cemented Carbide mainly specializes in manufacturing tungsten Carbide Tips, Carbide Tips tools, CNC insert, mechanical parts, mining tools, nonstandard tungsten carbide tools, thermal spray powder, grade powder, and other tungsten carbide products.

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What are the Factors of Tungsten Carbide Rod?

What are the Factors of Tungsten Carbide Rod?

The demand for tungsten carbide rods cannot even meet through distribution, development, and new carbide cutting tools. Despite a persistent increase in the demand for cutting tools, suppliers diligently develop more innovative and high-performance cutting tool products to meet such overwhelming needs.

Here are common Factors of Tungsten Carbide Rod. Check them out.

1. Instability
 
Material hardness is measured primarily with the Vickers and Rockwell hardness measurements. Because the Vickers and Rockwell tests are different, and care must take when converting from one system to the other.

2. Coercive Force
 
The residual magnetism in the hysteresis loop after the Cobalt (Co) binder in the grade of cemented carbide is magnetized and then demagnetized. Thus, the higher the coercive force value, the finer the grain size of the carbide phase will be.
 
3. Intensity
 
The density (specific gravity) of a material is the ratio of its mass to its volume. This is determined using the water displacement technique. For example, the density decreases linearly with increasing Cobalt content in the W-Co grade of cemented carbide.
 
4. Stress due to transverse rupture
 
Ina three-point bend test, the Transverse Rupture Stress (TRS), represents the ability of a material to resist bending.
 
5. Metallography


The cobalt phase will bind after sintering, causing excess cobalt to accumulate in some areas. In addition, if the acute phase is not entirely adhesive, there will be residual pores. This can detect with a metallographic microscope.
 
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