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Tungsten Carbide Brazed Tips

Tungsten Carbide

A kind of hot process composite material for surface refurbishing and making,capable to provide comprehensive coatings to enhance the wear resistance,thermal resistance,corrosion resistance and impact resistance of prot surface and special coatings of sealing,insulation and super-condution.

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Tungsten Carbide Tip,Carbide Brazed Tips

Tungsten Carbide Brazed Tip

Tungsten carbide tips have thin metal blades or disks with sharp and toothed edges. Tungsten carbide is widely used for making tool for cutting wood, metal or other hard material. With high hardness, wear resistance and heat resistance, TC is suitable for making blades, cutters and tips. Our tungsten carbide blades are made from fine tungsten carbide and are…

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Brazing of circular saw-blades

Circular saw-blades with cemented carbide tips are used for a wide variety of purposes. These range from light use (DIY) to heavier professional construction work or arduous sawmill applications. The carbide tips or ‘teeth’ need to be held strongly in the joint, which must also be able to cushion the carbide from the stresses it will encounter as a…

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Brazing Tungsten Carbide Components

Tungsten Carbide

Tungsten carbide components are commonly joined to steels and other materials by brazing. Brazing involves placing a metallic braze alloy along with a fluxing agent between the components to be joined and then heating the assembly until the braze alloy melts and flows to fill completely the small gap between the two components. Soldering is similar to brazing, but…

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Tungsten Carbide Brazed Tip

Tungsten Carbide Brazed Tip

Heang is dealers and traders for all kinds of tungsten carbide tips, inserts and cutting tools. We also deal in tungsten carbide tools including brazed tips, indexable inserts, and metal working dies. The tungsten carbide brazed tip manufactured by Chinatungsten Online have good quality and competitive price; they can be applicable for kinds of machining processes. The tungsten carbide…

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Brazing Tungsten Carbide Components

Tungsten Carbide

Tungsten carbide components are commonly joined to steels and other materials by brazing. Brazing involves placing a metallic braze alloy along with a fluxing agent between the components to be joined and then heating the assembly until the braze alloy melts and flows to fill completely the small gap between the two components. Soldering is similar to brazing, but…

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carbide welding tips results

Cemented carbide tips offered by us are for cutting cast iron, stainless steel, and other alloy steel, etc. Widely used for shaping various equipment and are extensively used in diverse industries. Our in house specialist can adust the weight without changing the material properties to save cost for my clients. All shapes and sizes based on ISO and national…

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Tungsten Carbide Tips suppliers

Tungsten Carbide Mining Tool

We are the noticeable trader and supplier of Tungsten Carbide Tips. Extremely efficient and durable, these carbide tips are fabricated in strict compliance to the preset industry standards at out vendor’s end. The offered carbide tips can also be availed by patrons in various stipulations at market leading rates. These carbide tips are strictly checked on various measures in…

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Brazing Tungsten Carbide

The carbide must be wettable, it must want to chemically and physically bond with the brazing alloy. Clean tungsten carbide brazes well. Tungsten carbide with any sort of oil, grease, oxide or free carbon on it will not braze. You can clean carbide by grinding the surface with a sander or a bench grinder. The simplest is just to…

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Brazing of circular saw-blades

Carbide Insert

Circular saw-blades with cemented carbide tips are used for a wide variety of purposes. These range from light use (DIY) to heavier professional construction work or arduous sawmill applications. The carbide tips or ‘teeth’ need to be held strongly in the joint, which must also be able to cushion the carbide from the stresses it will encounter as a…

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