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MT-17C: 17g/cc density. 90% Tungsten, 6% Nickel, 4% Copper. High quality tungsten heavy alloy (W) plate conforms to international standard ASTM B777, Grade ...

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Most tungsten products are alloyed with some sort of metal, including steel, carbide, nickel, copper and iron. The most popular tungsten alloy is tungsten carbide, ...

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Tungsten heavy metal alloys are suited for heavy-duty applications and offer outstanding resistance to corrosion, excellent formability, and machinability.

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Tungsten Alloy Facts. Heavy Metal is made possible by P/M techniques. This is a technique where tungsten powder is mixed with nickel, iron or copper powder.

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Tungsten heavy metal alloys. High density, excellent formability and machinability, outstanding corrosion resistance, high modulus of elasticity, impressive thermal ...

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Tungsten alloys can also be made through a process called sintering. Tungsten is most often alloyed with other metals to meet specific needs. One example is ...

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Tungsten Alloys use speeds and feeds similar to Gray Cast Iron. Tungsten Alloy materials becomes easier to machine as the copper content increases. The more  ...

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Tungsten alloys: WNiFe Alloys, WNiCu Alloys. Tungsten weights, tungsten bucking bar, tungsten radiation shields, tungsten collimator, tungsten heavy alloys ...

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Tungsten heavy alloy belongs to refractory metal alloys which are extraordinarily resistant to heat and wear. Tungsten heavy alloy has been primarily used to make ...

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Tungsten alloys. Tungsten alloys, sometimes referred to as heavy alloys, are usually 90-97% tungsten with the rest of its composition being a matrix of metals  ...