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The Difference between Tungsten Silver Alloy and Tungsten Copper Alloy Tungsten silver alloy and tungsten copper alloy are both tungsten-based alloys, both of which can be used in aerospace, aviation, electronics, military, defense, and other fields. However, due to their different doping elements, there is a big difference in performance between the two. So in this […]
Characteristics and Uses of W-Ag Alloy W-Ag alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and silver, with a silver content of 30% to 70%. It has the characteristics of high hardness, good welding performance, arc erosion resistance, adhesion resistance, and fusion welding resistance. Therefore, it has a wider range of uses in industry and circuit breakers. For example, […]
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Tungsten Alloy for Forklift Counterweight The reason why tungsten alloy is used as the main raw material for the forklift counterweight is that it has a higher proportion than other counterweights. To put it more simply, when the volume is the same, the weight of tungsten alloy is much higher than the weight of other […]
Tungsten Copper Alloy for Rocket Throat Lining Tungsten copper alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and copper, which has the advantages of both copper and tungsten. Thanks to their excellent properties, tungsten copper alloys are widely used in aerospace, aviation, electronics, electric power, metallurgy, machinery, sports equipment, and other industries. In this article, let’s take […]
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Recycling of Tungsten Tungsten is a kind of metal with a high melting point, and its melting point is the highest among all non-alloy metals. At the same time, tungsten is also very conductive, and it is often used to make tungsten wires. Tungsten is an important strategic metal. However, according to the current consumption rate, tungsten ore […]
Tungsten Alloys for Mobile Phone Motors Tungsten alloy is a kind of alloy based on tungsten (85% ~ 99% tungsten content) and added with a small amount of Ni. Cu, Fe. Co. Mo, Cr, and other elements. Its density is as high as 16.5 ~ 18.75g/ cm³. Thanks to their excellent properties, tungsten alloys are widely […]
Uses of Tungsten Alloy Wafers Tungsten alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and other elements. A tungsten alloy wafer is a wafer made of tungsten-molybdenum alloy or tungsten thorium alloy or rare earth tungsten alloy or tungsten-rhenium alloy. It is often used as a substrate in power semiconductor devices and electric vacuum devices. It is […]
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Tungsten Copper Alloys for Motors As one of the key parts of the DC motor, the commutator segment can be made not only of silver-copper alloy but also of tungsten copper alloy. This is mainly due to the combination of the advantages of copper and tungsten in tungsten-copper alloys. That is, it has the characteristics of high strength, […]
Uses of Tungsten Nickel Iron Alloys As a typical representative of high-density tungsten-based alloys, tungsten-nickel-iron alloys are widely used due to their higher density, smaller volume expansion coefficient, excellent plasticity, and weldability. Then in which areas can the alloy be used? In this article, let’s take a closer look at the uses of tungsten nickel-iron alloys. […]
Tungsten Copper Alloy vs Tungsten Nickel Iron Alloy Tungsten-copper alloy, like tungsten-nickel-iron alloy, is a high-density tungsten alloy. But tungsten copper alloy vs tungsten nickel iron alloy, what’s the difference between them? If you looking for the answer to this question, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will take a […]
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