Tungsten steel round bar integral alloy long tungsten steel bar high hardness wear round bar 330mm length 1~20mm
Tolerance of D (mm)
Tolerance of L (mm)
1.Tungsten rods are mainly used for processing tungsten parts or as a tool bit of processing lathe, conductors, steel-making burdening and additives;
2.They are also applied in crankshaft, cylinder burdening and electrodes for advanced automobiles;
3.They are also produced as components for manufacturing of guns, artillery, rockets, satellites, aircrafts and ships. In addition, tungsten rodcan be also used as antiradiation material in nuclear industry.
1. Achemetal Tungsten&Molybdenum Co., Ltd can produce tungsten bar in random length pieces or cut according to the customer drawing;
2.There are two different surface processes or finishes in tungsten rod producing. Different surfaces are provided upon the desired end use: Cleaned tungsten rod- All lubricants and oxides has been removed from the surface by chemicals; Ground tungsten rod- Surface has wiped out all coatings to realize precise diameter control.
The fineness of the tungsten rod can be reached at 99.97%, density 18.8g/cm3. The organization structure is homogeneous and the tungstenrod works with excellent machining performance. Our products has met GB 3459-82 and AKM QB/WB-2006.
Package and Inspection:
We offer material composition sheet and examination report which include density, flaw detection, dimensions and so on. Our products are packed in plywood case with expanded plastic. What's more, the case is moistureproof and grooved for fixed placing.
Achemetal Tungsten&Molybdenum Co., Ltd. is a professional manufacturer and supplier of tungsten alloy rods. Using high purity material, we manufacture tungsten, molybdenum, TZM and Mo-La alloys in rods, bars, blocks with high density and excellent mach inability. Above 60% of our tungsten alloy rods are exported to more than ten countries and areas, such as USA, Germany, Japan, Russia, South Korea, etc. Meanwhile, parts of them are selected and used by domestic space flight and aviation companies and nonferrous metals research institutes.