Tungsten Carbide materials have a unique combination of properties, high compressive strength, hardness and resistance to wear, as well as an ability to withstand shock and impact. Typical applications are valves, flowmeters, ball screws and linear bearings. Balls from this material are also used for ballizing, gauging and ball pens.
|Tungsten Carbide||93 – 95 %|
|Cobalt||5 -7 %|
|Hra||90.5 – 91.5|
|Density||14.947 – 15.0% g/cm³|
|Thermal Conductivity||100 W/m/°C|
|Electrical Resistivity||20 u ohms/cm|
|Linear Expansion Coefficient 20 – 400°C||4.9 10^-6/°C|
|Linear Expansion Coefficient 20 – 800°C||5.3 10^-6/°C|
|Transverse Rupture Strength @ 20°C||2600 N/mm²|
|Fracture Toughness K c @ 20°C||12 MN/m^1/2|
|Compressive Strength @ 20°C||6200 N/mm²|
|Magnetic Properties||Slightly magnetic|
|1.588mm (1/16″) to 50.800mm (2″)|
Standard Grades Available
VTLG Asia is the first Asian-based German supplier of products and services to the capital equipment and Industrial component industry. For inquiries and requests please contact us at: email@example.com. VTLG specializes in supplying ball products to the linear guide, ball screw and ball retainer industry.