Features & Applications of Tungsten Crucibles Tungsten crucible, as its name implies, is one of the products made of metal tungsten, which is widely used in today’s industrial production. But do you know what are the features & applications of tungsten crucibles? What process is used to manufacture tungsten crucibles? What are the advantages of […]
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Tungsten Crucibles for Rare-earth Melting Applications Tungsten is a rare and hard chemical element, which has a high melting point, high-temperature resistance, small thermal expansion coefficient, and great permeability. Tungsten crucibles are widely used for sapphire crystal growth and rare-earth melting due to those excellent characteristics. It is reported that the rare earth products smelted […]
How Is A Tungsten Crucible Made? A tungsten crucible is one of the products of the tungsten metal. As the melting point of tungsten is as high as 3410℃, the tungsten crucibles can be divided into spinning, stamping, forging and sintering according to different manufacturing processes. Spinning Tungsten Crucible It refers to the tungsten crucible […]
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What Is The Most Refractory Material In The World? When asked the material with the highest melting point in the world, many people would say “Tungsten.” But I want to tell you that this answer is only half right. As we all know, tungsten is a pure metal with the highest melting point in the […]
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