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Tungsten carbide is becoming increasingly popular for use in jewelry due to its durability and strength. It is important for consumers to understand the difference between tungsten and tungsten carbide so they do not unwittingly purchase a weaker, less desirable product. This article will discuss the differences between the two and provide tips to help consumers find the best tungsten ring for their needs.
TUNGSTEN CARBIDE POWDERS
Macrocrystalline tungsten carbide powders are produced by carburizing tungsten powders in our tungsten oxide reduction process. They are the only true macrocrystalline powders on the market. These high-quality powders are used to manufacture hard metal cutting tools, mining and construction tools, thermal spray powders, and infiltrated diamond tools.
The tungsten carbide in our tungsten rings is produced using a superior carburization technique. This method is more advanced than other methods of producing tungsten carbide and ensures the best possible quality. This is why our tungsten carbide products are able to hold up to the demands of today’s high-tech industries.
CASTING TUNGSTEN CARBIDE
cast tungsten carbide is an advance wear material consisting of WC and W2C eutectic phases that are formed by melting tungsten metal with carbon in a casting process followed by rapid quenching to solidify the molten carbide into extremely hard solid particles with a fine crystal structure. It is silver / grey in color with a blocky particle shape and is a high-melting point, high hardness, high wear resistance material. It can be applied by oxyacetylene flame, arc, spray, and brazing on wear work pieces to achieve high-temperature, impact toughness, long life expectancy, easy maintenance, and low cost.