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Tungsten Alloy Tube

Tungsten alloy tubes usually consist of W-Ni- Fe or W-Ni- Cu or even W-Ni-Cu-Fe, while some tungsten alloy tubes contain Co、Mo、Cr, etc., Its most important property is its small volume and high density, which means it could be used in fields that require small, but heavy parts, such as the counterweights for golf clubs, fishing weights, counterweights for military defense, such as counterweights for hunting rifles, prefabricated fragments, missile weapons, armor piercing ammunition, as well as counterweights for oil logging, and also in also some precision instrument fields, such as mobile phone vibrators, clock cubes, self-winding watches, anti-vibration toll holders, flywheel weights, etc.

SKU: TUNGSTEN-ALLOY-TUBE Category:

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Tungsten alloy tubes usually consist of W-Ni- Fe or W-Ni- Cu or even W-Ni-Cu-Fe, while some tungsten alloy tubes contain Co、Mo、Cr, etc., Its most important property is its small volume and high density, which means it could be used in fields that require small, but heavy parts, such as the counterweights for golf clubs, fishing weights, counterweights for military defense, such as counterweights for hunting rifles, prefabricated fragments, missile weapons, armor piercing ammunition, as well as counterweights for oil logging, and also in also some precision instrument fields, such as mobile phone vibrators, clock cubes, self-winding watches, anti-vibration toll holders, flywheel weights, etc.

As tungsten heavy alloy is high density with a small capacity, high temperature resistance, reduction in press down-time, minimal extruded metal pick-up, high impact resistance and crack resistance, wonderful shock resistance, and good corrosion resistance, tungsten alloy products are increasingly welcome by the public in numerous uses. Tungsten alloy tubes can be used in various fields, and also can be machined into different size. We can provide all kinds of tubes according to your requirements.

Tungsten alloy tubes are a suitable raw material for radiation protection due to its high density (more than 60% denser than lead), good mechanical strength, and low thermal expansion with good corrosion resistance, high radiation absorption (superior to lead), simplified life cycle, and high tensile strength. Tungsten heavy alloy can provide the same degree of protection as lead while significantly reducing the overall volume and thickness of shields and containers. Compared to traditional materials such as lead or depleted uranium, tungsten heavy alloy is radiation-free and non-toxic, making it more acceptable for use across all fields.