Wearing Resistance Tungsten Heavy Alloy Industry Parts WNiFe
|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Model Number:||95WNiFe - Heavy Tungsten Alloy Nozzles|
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 Nozzles||Grade:||95WNiFe|
|Density:||16.4 -18.5 G/cc||Purity:||>95%W|
|Tensile Strength:||740-1400 MPa||Elongation:||<8%|
|Standard:||ASTM B777-2011||Applications:||Spare Parts|
95WNiFe Tungsten Alloy Nozzles,
Corrosion Resistance Tungsten Alloy Nozzles,
95WNiFe tungsten nozzle
Heavy Tungsten Alloy Nozzles are heavy-duty tungsten screws because they weigh more than twice as much as steel. High specific gravity tungsten alloys are usually refractory metals containing W nickel-iron, W nickel-copper or even W nickel-cu-iron complexes. Rare earths and/or other metals such as cobalt, molybdenum and chromium are added to some tungsten alloys. Heavy tungsten alloys have a high melting point, are twice as dense as steel and more than 50 percent heavier than lead.
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|Tensile Strength (Max)||770 Min||900 Min||1400
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|620 Min||620 Min||1280 Max||650 Min||650 Min||1340 Max||650 Min||650 Min||-||-|
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Heavy tungsten alloys are mainly divided into W nickel-iron, W nickel-copper, and even W nickel-iron-copper series. In contrast, western nickel-iron alloy has better mechanical properties and plays an important role in various fields of national defense industry and national economy. It is a very important new military material in the national defense industry and is gradually developing into various civil industries.
Heavy duty tungsten alloys contain 90-98% tungsten and have a high density (16.5-19.00g/CC). Nickel, iron and/or copper are used as metal adhesive substrates to bind fragile tungsten particles together, making tungsten alloys tough and easy to use. Iron-nickel is the most commonly used additive, with a ratio of 7Ni:3Fe or 8Ni:2Fe (by weight).
It is used as a shielding element of a dual-source distance density meter. The instrument is used to measure the oil content of layers several kilometres below the surface. After changing the original lead shielding element into high specific gravity tungsten alloy, the instrument has been widely used with small volume, high precision and long service life.