0.4 μm grain size Tungsten Carbide Bar 310 mm with CO12% , Hardness
Cemented carbide is composed of a metal matrix composite where
carbide particles act as the aggregate and a metallic binder serves
as the matrix. The process of combining the carbide particles with
the binder is referred to as sintering or hot isostatic pressing
(HIP). During this process the binder eventually will be entering
the liquid stage and carbide grains (much higher melting point)
remain in the solid stage.
Our tungsten carbide rods are made of optimum quality raw material
wc and cobalt using by powder metallurgy technology.
Carbide products can be supplied in either the as-sintered or
precision ground form to best suit your specific or individual
- Our Grade: HF25U / K44UF
- with 88% tungsten carbide, 12% cobalt
- Made of 0.4 micron ultrafine TC powder
- Hardness: 92.6 HRA
- Bending strength: 4200 MPa
- Density: 14.17 g/cm3
- As sintered
- Standard metric length: 310 mm
- Features: Excellent transverse rupture strength
Solid rods in 310 mm length
Areas of Application:
We would be glad to advise you when choosing the grades to suit
optimally your requirements. Following are applications that our
HF25U fits for cutting.
1. Corrosion and heat resistant steel
2. Stainless steel
3. Non ferrous metals
4. Titanium alloys
Carbide is an alloy material with unique characteristics of wear
resistance, heat resistance, strength, toughness and hardness, so
it is an ideal raw material for making cutting tools in many
Our standard carbide rods are available un-ground and finish-ground
(metric diameters), but we can satisfy all of your special needs.
From tungsten powder, tungsten carbide powder and then to cemented
carbide rod, we monitor the whole production process all by
ourselves, as we started our business with tungsten powder, winning
high reputation in this industry. Thus, the quality of material is
strictly and perfectly guaranteed.