Tungsten alloy rods have so many advantages, such as high density, a high melting point, small volume, excellent hardness, superior wearing resistance, high ultimate tensile strength, high ductility, high temperature resistance, etc. Tungsten alloys are widely used in many industrial sectors.
What is a Tungsten Alloy Rod?
A Tungsten alloy rod is produced by mixing and pressing tungsten and other metal powders and sintering them into semi-product billets, which is worked by rolling or swaging into a rod. It can be produced into any length as per customer requirements. Tungsten alloy rods can be machined into hollow types. Specific lengths and special fabrications can be supplied upon request.
Applications for Tungsten Alloy Rod
We have a large amount of tungsten alloy rod stocks for sale. Most of the major applications for tungsten alloy rods are based on its very high density where it is used to control or distribute weight in some way. The product can be machined further.
Agescan International Inc. can offer tungsten alloy rods and parts such as counterweights, radiation shielding, military defense applications, welding rods, extrusion dies. Some sports also need alloy rods, such as darts, billets, golf clubs, etc. In addition, tungsten alloy can be used as the replacement of Anviloy 1150, with very similar properties.
Tungsten alloy rods also have other uses such as vacuum electric parts and it can be used as a means of high temperature structure parts.