Tungsten is a steel-gray to tin-white metal. Tungsten has the highest melting point and lowest vapour pressure of all metals, and at temperatures over 1650oC has the highest tensile strength. The pure tungsten is used mainly in electrical applications, but its many compounds and alloys are used in many applications, most notably in light bulb filaments, radiation shielding (as both the filament and target), and superalloys.
Standards: ASTM B760
Size available: thick 0.05mm~65mm * Wide 600mm max * Long 1000mm max
Size Available: Outer Diameter 3mm ~ 350mm * Long 6000mm max
Size available: Outer Diameter 0.01mm min ~5mm
Size available: wall thick 0.15~30mm * OD 3 ~400mm * Long 6000mm max
W: Cu 55:45
90 % W, 7% Ni, 3% Fe
92.5 % W, 5.25 % Ni, 2.25% Fe
95 % W, 3.5%, Ni, 1.5% Fe
97% W, 2.1% Ni, .9% Fe
90 % W 6 % Ni 4% Cu
95 % W, 3.5% Ni, 1.5% Cu
W-Mo (Tungsten Molybdenum alloy, Mo-W alloy)
W-Re (Tungsten Rhenium alloy)
Tungsten carbide (WC) is an inorganic chemical compound containing equal parts of tungsten and carbon atoms. It's extensively used in industrial machinery, tools, abrasives, as well as men's jewellry. Tungsten carbide is four times stiffer than steel and is a much denser metal than steel or titanium.