Common wear-resistant tungsten carbide parts-Cemented carbide balls

Cemented carbide balls, commonly known as tungsten steel balls, refer to balls and rolling balls made of tungsten carbide materials. Cemented carbide balls are powder metallurgy products mainly composed of micron sized carbide (WC, TiC) powders of high hardness and refractory metals, with cobalt (Co), nickel (Ni), and molybdenum (Mo) as binders, sintered in a vacuum furnace or hydrogen reduction furnace. Currently, common hard alloys include YG, YN, YT, and YW series.

Common grades

YG6 tungsten carbide ball, YG6x tungsten carbide ball, YG8 tungsten carbide ball, YG13 hard alloy ball, YG20 hard alloy ball, YN6 hard alloy ball, YN9 hard alloy ball, YN12 hard alloy ball, YT5 hard alloy ball, YT15 hard alloy ball.

Product features

Cemented carbide balls have high hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, bending resistance, and harsh usage environments, and can replace all steel ball products.Cemented carbide ball hardness ≥ 90.5, density=14.9g/cm ³.

Cemented carbide balls have a wide range of applications, such as ball screws, inertial navigation systems, precision parts punching and stretching, precision bearings, instruments, instruments, pen making, spray machines, water pumps, mechanical accessories, sealing valves, brake pumps, punching and extrusion holes, oil fields, hydrochloric acid laboratories, hardness measuring instruments, high-quality fishing gear, counterweights, precision machining and other industries.

The production process of tungsten carbide balls is similar to other tungsten carbide products:

Powder making → Formula according to usage requirements → Wet grinding → Mixing → Crushing → Drying → Sieving → Addition of forming agent → Re drying → Preparation of mixture after sieving → Granulation → Isostatic pressing → Forming → Sintering → Forming (blank) → Packaging → Storage.

According to specific usage requirements and relevant parameters, there are mainly hard alloy spherical products such as hard alloy balls, tungsten steel balls, tungsten balls, and high density alloy balls.

The smallest hard alloy ball can achieve a diameter of about 0.3mm,for more questions about hard alloy balls, please feel free to contact us by email.

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Post time: May-24-2024