Wearing Resistance Tungsten Heavy Alloy Industry Parts WNiFe
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||95WNiFe - Heavy Tungsten Alloy Pot|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10 kg|
|Packaging Details:||plywood cases|
|Delivery Time:||15-20 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||2000 kg per month|
|Product Name:||Heavy Tungsten Alloy Pot||Type:||95WNiFe|
|Density:||16.1-18.5 G/cc||Purity:||95% W|
|Tensile Strength:||730-1400 MPa||Elongation:||<11%|
95WNiFe Pot Tungsten Heavy Alloy,
Tungsten Heavy Alloy ASTM B777,
Nuclear Shields Tungsten Heavy Alloy
Heavy Tungsten Alloy Pot are ideal materials for shielding x-rays and gamma rays. Very high density tungsten shield (60% denser than lead).
Heavy tungsten alloy shields are mainly used in collimators, FDG containers, multi-leaf collimators, nuclear shields, beam shields, vial shields, PET syringe shields, isotope containers, and other fields.
Heavy tungsten alloy pot is made of tungsten matrix (tungsten content is generally 80% ~ 98%), and a small amount of nickel, iron, copper, cobalt, molybdenum, chromium and other elements. The density of high specific gravity tungsten alloy is up to 15.20 ~ 18.70g/cm3, also known as high specific gravity tungsten alloy or high density alloy material. Because tungsten alloys weigh more than twice as much as steel.
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|Tensile Strength (Max)||770 Min||900 Min||1400
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Heavy Tungsten Alloy Pot Picture:
Tungsten alloy has a series of excellent properties, high specific gravity: general specific gravity 16.5-18.75g/cm3, high strength: tensile strength 700-1000mpa, strong light absorption capacity: 30-40% higher than the general lead proportion, high thermal conductivity: 5 times of die steel; Low coefficient of thermal expansion: only 1/2-1/3 capacity of steel, good electrical conductivity, good resistance to welding and cutting.
The common method for preparing heavy tungsten alloys is to mix the desired amount of tungsten, iron, nickel or copper powder and then cold press and liquid phase sintering to near full density. During the liquid phase treatment, the matrix tungsten alloy melts and part of the tungsten enters the solution, forming a microstructure through which large tungsten particles (20-60μm) disperse in the matrix alloy.