Recycling Benefits of Tungsten Carbide

Written by Wall Street News on July 14th, 2017. Posted in Carbide insert, Carbide recycling materials, Tungsten carbide sludge

Tungsten carbide sludge

Tungsten was discovered in 1781 but was not applied to an industry for another 150 years.
Composite materials are made of two or more materials that have different chemical compositions.
Tungsten carbide falls between 8.5 and 9 Moh’s hardness scale. Diamonds have a hardness of 10.
Tungsten carbide is double the density and about twice the stiffness of steel which is about halfway between lead and gold.

Tungsten carbide is also known as cemented scrap carbide and is considered a precious metal. Tungsten carbide has valuable qualities such as resistance to heat and hardness.Tungsten only appears naturally when combined in four major mineral forms with iron, calcium or manganese. The typical binders that are used on tungsten carbide are cobalt and nickel, which is added as a percentage by weight, a

Finding the Right Supplier for Industrial Tools Can Make a Difference

Written by Wall Street News on November 16th, 2016. Posted in Abrasives, Carbide insert, Drill bits


What do you look for in an industrial supplier? Reliability, cost efficiency and consistency are essential in helping maintain your production processes. For the metalworking industry, precision cutting tools like end mil bits and drill bits have to be rugged enough to survive heavy use, while providing accurate cuts at high speeds. New technology helps to reduce costs and improve accuracy in production. A concern for safety protects your workers and helps your workplace remain in compliance with safety regulations.

What to look for in an industrial supplier
More than half of all manufacturing purchases, or 64%, are made by at least 3 people. In 70% of cases, the decision-makers take time at least once a week