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Tungsten Carbide
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Tungsten carbide ranks among the most resilient and wear-resistant materials available. It finds extensive application in manufacturing, particularly in scenarios involving high production volumes. Moreover, it serves as a crucial material for crafting machine components exposed to highly abrasive substances.

Tungsten carbide is a composite material composed of tungsten carbide powder and a binding metal, typically cobalt or nickel, which functions to consolidate the tungsten carbide particles. The proportion of the binding metal can be modified to produce tungsten carbide components that are exceptionally resistant to wear but tend to be brittle or, alternatively, exceptionally robust but not as resistant to wear.

This formidable material, also known as hard metal or tungsten carbide, is prized for its outstanding attributes, including exceptional quality, wear resistance, and hardness. It plays a pivotal role in the manufacture of specialized anti-wear tools, punches, and blanking dies required to produce vast quantities of metal parts. These applications span various sectors, encompassing aeronautics, aerospace, petrochemicals, food production, automotive manufacturing, medical devices, naval operations, energy production, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and household appliances

Grade Series Grade WC+Other (±0.5%) CO        (±0.5%) Grain Size   (μm) Density (g/cm³)±0.1 Hardness (HRA)±0.5 TRS (Kgf/mm²) Impact Strength (Kgf-m/cm²)
Metal Forming Tools KG05 95.5 4.5 0.8~2 14.95 92.5 280 0.20
KG1 94.5 5.5 1~2 14.90 92.0 310 0.26
KG2 93.5 6.5 2~3 14.90 90.5 320 0.28
KG3 91 9 2~3 14.61 89.3 340 0.52
KG4 88 12 1~2 14.30 89.3 340 0.55
KG5 88 12 2~3 14.31 88.3 340 0.58
KG6 86 14 2~3 14.12 87.3 320 0.65
KG7 85 15 1 13.95 89.3 360 0.70
Impact Resistant Forging Tools ST6 85 15 3~6 13.80 86.0 270 0.78
ST7 80 20 2~6 13.40 85.3 270 0.80
EA65 82 18 2~6 13.73 85.0 300 0.80
EA90 76 24 2~6 13.22 82.8 270 0.90
VA70 85 15 3~6 14.02 85.0 270 0.78
VA80 80 20 3~6 13.58 84.0 280 0.85
VA90 78 22 6~9 13.39 82.5 240 0.90
VA95 75 25 6~9 13.12 81.5 220 0.95
Sub Micron UF03 93.8 6.2 ≤0.6 14.65 94.8 360 0.20
WF03 95 5 ≤0.6 14.80 94.0 360 0.20
WF05 92.8 7.2 ≤0.6 14.60 93.0 360 0.20
WF08 92 8 ≤0.6 14.50 94.0 380 0.20
WF10 90 10 0.6 14.35 92.3 360 0.25
WF15 90 10 0.6~0.8 14.35 91.8 380 0.30
K100 94 6 0.8~1 14.83 92.2 320 0.23
K200 90 10 0.6~0.8 14.40 91.3 400 0.30
WF20 88 12 0.6~0.8 14.12 91.3 370 0.33
WF25 88.5 11.5 ≤0.6 14.15 92.2 380 0.35
TF25 88 12 0.6 14.10 92.0 350 0.34
WF30 87 13 0.8 14.15 90.0 350 0.38
WF40 85 15 0.6~0.8 13.95 90.0 360 0.40
CB20F 82 18 ≤0.6 13.50 90.0 400 0.85
Non-Magnetic NA10 91 9%Ni 0.8 14.36 91.3 280 0.20
NA20 88 12%Ni 0.8 14.05 90.0 270 0.30
NA30 86 14%Ni 1~2 14.15 86.5 260 0.39
NA70 80 20%Ni 2~3 13.60 82.0 240 0.55
Mining Tools KE8 92 8 3~6 14.73 88.5 250 0.60
KE9 91 9 3~9 14.61 87.8 240 0.67
KE10 89.6 10.4 3~6 14.45 87.0 250 0.65
KE11 89 11 3~9 14.42 86.5 260 0.72
KE12 88 12 3~9 14.31 87.0 260 0.75
KE13 87 13 6~9 14.22 85.0 260 0.80
KE18 82 18 6~9 13.75 83.5 250 0.85
Saw Tips CTHPP03 97.2 2.8 ≤0.6 15.12 94.5 240 0.20
W05 97 3 0.6~0.8 15.05 94.5 260 0.20
NW06 97 3 ≤0.6 15.06 94.3 260 0.20
NW05 97 3 ≤0.6 15.06 94.1 260 0.20
WF04 95 5 0.6 14.80 93.8 340 0.20
W2 97 3 1~3 15.08 93.0 280 0.20
W3 95 5 1~3 14.90 92.0 280 0.30
W4 94 6 1~3 14.80 91.0 310 0.35
PA20 92 8 1~2 11.76 91.3 220 0.45
MA30 91.5 8.5 1~2 12.50 91.0 260 0.48