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Differences of carbide and steel?

The differences of tungsten steel ball and carbide ball is, tungsten ball steelmaking process is added tungsten smelting iron as a raw material made of tungsten, also known as high-speed steel or tool steel in molten steel, the tungsten content is generally 15-25 %; and carbide ball is used as the main tungsten carbide powder metallurgy process with cobalt or other binder metal from sintering together, the tungsten content is generally above 80%. Simply put, all the hardness exceeds HRC65 things go as long as it can be called carbide alloy. Tungsten carbide is a hardness between HRC85 to 92, often used to make knives.

Processing of tungsten carbide ball?

The processing of tungsten carbide ball as following: Powder→Blending→Wet Milling→Mixing→Smash→Dried→Sifting→Add Forming Agent→Dried Again→After Sifting Prepared Mixes→Granulation →Cold Isostatic Pressing→Molding→Sintering→Molding (blank)→Grinding→Packaging→Storage.

Application of tungsten carbide ball?

Tungsten carbide balls are widely used in the heavy machinery industry, oil drilling industry and industrial sprayers and other fields. Also used in precision bearings, instruments, meters, Pen, spraying machines, water pumps, mechanical parts, sealing valves, brake pump, squeeze-hole punch, oil, hydrochloric acid laboratory, hardness measuring instrument, gear, counterweight, decorative, fine processing and other high-end industries.

Properties of tungsten carbide ball?

Tungsten carbide ball with high hardness, high wear resistance, high corrosion resistance and excellent bending properties.

The surface of tungsten carbide finished ball?

The surface of tungsten carbide ball is G25, and the best grade is G3.

How to order?

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MOQ of tungsten carbide ball?

It is depends on sizes, different sizes with different MOQ, if the size smaller than Ø2.778mm, the MOQ of the ball is2kgs, smaller than Ø11.113mm is 10kgs, smaller than Ø20mm is 12kgs, bigger than Ø20mm is 15kgs.