High Density W-Alloy Counter Weight of Mobile Vibrating Micromotor

- Oct 26, 2019-

Product Description

High specific tungsten alloy is a tungsten matrix material (wherein tungsten content of 85%~99%) added a small amount of nickel (Ni), copper (Cu), iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), Molybdenum (Mo), chromium (CR) and other metal binders composed of an alloy material, also known as high-density tungsten alloy or coincident gold .

The density of high-gravity tungsten alloys can reach 16.5~19.0g/cm3. The main more commonly used are: W-Ni-Cu and W-ni-fe two series. This material has significant characteristics in density, strength, hardness, ductility, conductivity/heat and other physical properties, so it has been widely used in the defense industry, aerospace industry, medical industry, electrical industry and other industries .

High specific gravity tungsten alloy is a kind of tungsten matrix (W content 85-99%), and added Ni, Cu, Co, Mo, Cr and other elements composed of the alloy.

According to the characteristics and uses of alloy composition are divided into W-Ni-Fe, W-Ni-Cu, W-Co, W-WC-Cu, W-Ag and other major series, its density of up to four. 5-19.0G/CM3, and by the world known as high-specific alloy. It also has a series of excellent characteristics, relatively large: the general proportion of 16.5-18.75g/cm3, high strength: tensile strength of 700-1000Mpa, absorption of ray capacity: its ability is higher than lead, thermal conductivity: 5 times times the mold steel, the coefficient of thermal expansion is small: only iron or steel 1/ 2-1/3, good conductive properties, good solderability and processability. In view of the above excellent functions of high-gravity alloys, it is widely used in aerospace, aviation, military, oil drilling, electrical instrumentation, medicine and other industries.