What are Tungsten Round Bars?
The process of making Tungsten Round Bars begins with the extraction of tungsten metal ore. This material is then ground into a fine powder. After chemical processing, the powder forms tungsten oxide. The metal ore powder is then heated until it reaches a certain point where it is pure tungsten. The finished product is then placed into a mold and hydraulically pressed into bar form. These Tungsten Round Bars are brittle and therefore need to undergo sintering to further bind the metal powder into a bar shape. The finished product is then ready to be shipped to manufacturers.
Tungsten Round Bars contain the basis of a range of alloys that are basically containing metals such as tungsten, copper and nickel. Tungsten Rods are widely demanded for various applications. These bars are hard and durable and have a high melting point. They are available in a wide variety of shapes and thicknesses. They are also available in different forms with electropolished surfaces. They are cut to various standard sizes and can also be custom-made as per the requirements.
Tungsten Bars are produced in a wide range of diameters, from 0.75 mm to 127 mm. They are manufactured under the ASTM B702 standard and are available in various shapes and lengths. Tungsten products are highly resistant to oxidation and have high thermal conductivity.
Tungsten Wire is a specialized material that is used in various applications. It is a high-strength, stiff material. The wire is electrochemically cleaned and annealed for maximum strength and stiffness.
It is also very resistant to fatigue and elongation, making it the ideal material for robotic surgical cables. These cables are highly engineered and are composed of hundreds of tiny individual wires. These wires allow surgeons to perform intricate procedures without sacrificing safety. However, tungsten wire is significantly more expensive than stainless steel wire. In addition to being used for electrical wires, tungsten wire can be gold-plated. Gold plating prevents tungsten wire from corroding. It also makes tungsten wire more beautiful and brighter than other materials.
The process of making Tungsten Wire is a highly complicated one, requiring strict control over chemical and physical properties. Cutting corners at any stage can compromise the quality of the finished product.
|Standards :||ASTM F288 / ASME SF288|
|Thickness :||Range from .008″ to .0125″|
|Hardness :||Soft, Hard, Half Hard, Quarter Hard, Spring Hard etc.|
|Form :||Round Bar, Wire|
|Tungsten Grades||HA 190 / HA 1925 / HA 195 / HE 390 / HE 3925 / HE 395 / HE 397|
|Defence||Making arms and ammunition|
|Military||To produce Cold headed components|
|Automobile Industries to make nuts, bolts, shafts||Used in Agricultural sector|
|Manufacturing gears, bearings, and hinges||For Oil and Gas|
|Oil and Gas industry||Heavy engineering Industries|
ATI Make Kovar Round Bar / Wire
Bohler Make Kovar Alloy Round Bar / Wire
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|Basra||New Cairo||Doha||Kuwait City||Beirut||Sana’a|
|Sao Paulo||Lima||Bogota||Rio de Janeiro||Santiago||Caracas|