Introduction: The fusion of tungsten, nickel, and copper in an alloy brings forth a composite material– Tungsten-Nickel-Copper Alloy. It is renowned for its exceptional properties and diverse applications. This article delves into the unique characteristics, manufacturing processes, and widespread utilization of tungsten-nickel-copper alloy across various industries. Types of Tungsten-Nickel-Copper Alloy: Tungsten-nickel-copper (W-Ni-Cu) alloys come in […]
Tungsten Nickel Copper Alloy for New Medical X-ray Protection As a new type of medical X-ray protective material, the tungsten-nickel-copper alloy has the characteristics of lead-free, environmental protection, non-magnetic, high density (~18.8g/cm3), strong ability to absorb high energy rays, machinable, weldable, and low thermal expansion coefficient. Therefore, it is widely used in the field of medical […]
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Tungsten Nickel Copper Alloy Shield The tungsten nickel-copper alloy shield is a new type of lead-free medical radiation shield. The biggest difference between it and the tungsten-nickel-iron alloy shield is that the W-Ni-Cu alloy is non-magnetic, so it can be used in fields that are sensitive to magnetic environments, thereby exerting its unique anti-interference advantages. […]
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Tungsten Nickel Copper Alloy Properties & Applications Tungsten nickel-copper alloy (W-Ni-Cu alloy) refers to an important group of tungsten-based heavy alloys. It is an alloy in which nickel and copper are added to tungsten and other metal elements are added on this basis. In general, nickel accounts for 6% of the alloy, and copper accounts for 4% of the […]
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