The Most Refractory Metal Tungsten Tungsten is widely used in our daily life. For example, the filament inside a light bulb is mainly made of tungsten. When the lamp is lit, the temperature of the filament is as high as 3000 ℃ or more. At such a high temperature, most metals will melt into liquid or even […]
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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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How Does Tungsten Power the Aerospace Industry? Tungsten is the most heat-resistant metal, and it has the highest density and strength of refractory metals. Tungsten alloys with alloying elements have good wear resistance, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. In this article, we will take a look at how does tungsten power the aerospace […]
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What Is The Basic Tungsten Metal Like? In today’s article, we will take a look at what is the basic tungsten metal like. Tungsten is the most plentiful of the refractory metals. However, about half of the world’s reserves are found in China. Korea is another important source along with Bolivia, Portugal, Australia, Thailand, Canada, and […]
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