Tungsten Copper Alloy Classification

Tungsten copper alloy, is also called tungsten copper. Its classification combines the properties of both metals, resulting in a material that is heat-resistant, ablation-resistant, highly thermally and electrically conductive, and easy to machine. Parts are made from the WCu alloy by pressing the tungsten copper classification particles into a desired shape, sintering the compacted part and then infiltrating with molten copper. Alloy sheets, rods and bars are available as well.

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Description

Tungsten copper alloy, is also called tungsten copper. Its classification combines the properties of both metals, resulting in a material that is heat-resistant, ablation-resistant, highly thermally and electrically conductive, and easy to machine. Parts are made from the WCu alloy by pressing the tungsten copper classification particles into a desired shape, sintering the compacted part and then infiltrating with molten copper. Alloy sheets, rods and bars are available as well.

Here is some tungsten copper classification:

Tungsten Copper Alloy Rods

Tungsten copper alloy rods are a combination of tungsten and copper. The manufacturing process is as follows: press the refractory metal, sinter the pressed compact at a high temperature, and infiltrate it with copper. All tungsten copper classification is done under very closely controlled conditions. The result is a relatively hard material with superior arc and wear resistance, good physical properties at elevated temperatures, and good electrical and thermal conductivity.

Tungsten Copper Alloy Bars

Copper tungsten alloy bar is a combination of tungsten and copper. The manufacturing process is as follows: press the tungsten powder into bar shape, sinter the pressed compact at a high temperature, and infiltrate it with copper. All this is done under very strict controlled conditions. The result is a relatively hard material with superior arc and wear resistance, good physical properties at elevated temperatures, and good electrical and thermal conductivity.

Tungsten Copper Alloy Heat Sinks

Copper tungsten alloy is widely used in heat sinks for car radiators, refrigeration and air conditioning systems, and because of its low thermal expansion, it is heat-resistant, ablate-resistant, and is excellent for thermal and electrical conductivity. The surface of WCu heat sinks can be plated with Ni.

Tungsten Copper Alloy Tubes

Copper tungsten alloy tubes are a kind of tungsten copper alloy product that has the ability to provide stable cutting in carbide and other refractory metals. It is most widely used to machine tungsten carbide when fine surface finishes are required. The composition proportion of tungsten copper alloy tube small diameters is 60/40 (60% Tungsten, 40% copper). The composition proportion of tungsten copper alloy tubes with a large diameter is 70/30 (70% tungsten, 30% copper).

Tungsten Copper Alloy Wires

Direction for Use:

  1. There is one layer of graphite on the surface of the wire which should be removed before use. It is not suitable for the wire to come into contact with iron, nickel, or carbon when the temperature is higher than 1000℃. The wires should be preserved in a dry room, in which the relative humidity should not surpass 65%, and it should be kept away from acid or alkali atmosphere.
  2. Cleaned wires should be preserved in a dry environment.