Tungsten Carbide (WC) Powder

Compared to other metals, Tungsten (W) has the highest melting point of 3,410 C. Tungsten undergoes several steps of processes including carburization, milling, blending with metal binder (Co, Ni, Fe), drying, pelletizing, shaping, wax removing, sintering, and post processing to generate tungsten carbide (WC) powder. FLEW Tungsten Carbide has many excellent properties including hardness, high electrical and thermal conductivities that find many important applications in manufacturing heavy duty tools, wear-resistant parts, construction and reinforcements.








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