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tungsten applications, uses of tungsten. Tungsten is mainly used in cemented carbide, alloys, electronics & electrical industries and industrial catalysts.

www.smithsadvanced.com/tungsten-alloys.htm

Tungsten is a refractory metal with a high melting point and a very high density. It can be used in a pure form but it becomes more useful as an engineering ...

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We mainly offer high-alloy steels with additives such as Nickel-based alloys, Tungsten Carbide alloys, Titanium, Copper-nickel alloys and Duplex Stainless Steel ...

bakersgas.com/blogs/tig/tig-tuesday-how-to-choose-the-right-tungsten-for-tig-welding

However, they also burn up much faster than the other alloy electrodes, so prepare to stock up if you go this route. Why use green, pure tungsten electrodes ?

what-when-how.com/materialsparts-and-finishes/tungsten-and-alloys

Several tungsten alloys are produced by liquid-phase sintering of compacts of tungsten powder with binders of nickel-copper, iron-nickel, iron-copper, ...

www.tungstenmate.com

Welcome to the home of the TungstenMate! We offer many high quality devices for assisting your TIG welding. Please visit our shop to see more! We are still open, ...

www.alumilite.com/accessories/tungsten-5lbs

Tungsten powder is a heavy, high-density filler used to increase the weight of your castings. Use it with resin or Alumisol to vary weight and weight placement.

tungstenofficial.com

Swedish metal band TUNGSTEN is back with their second album entitled » Tundra«. After the success of debuting album, »We Will Rise« (released worldwide ...

www.globalsources.com/si/AS/Mudanjiang-North/6008835710693/pdtl/Tungsten-alloy-rods/1124660044.htm

China Tungsten alloy rods Tungsten Alloy rods W273,W221,W232 is supplied by Tungsten alloy rods manufacturers, producers, suppliers on Global Sources.

www.thefabricator.com/thefabricator/article/arcwelding/guidelines-for-tungsten-electrodes

Mar 7, 2006 ... Like thorium, it is best used to weld carbon steel, stainless steel, nickel alloys, and titanium, and in some cases it can replace 2 percent thoriated ...