Tungsten Carbide Dies are a wise economical choice for the steel industry as well as the nonferrous industry in applications such as bunching or stranding large diameter cables.It has been used in the wire industry for many years.
High quality cemented carbide core,good thermal conductivity and high hardness.
Cemented carbide drawing die is characterized by simple production,strong corrosion resistance,strong impact resistance and low price.It is suitable for drawing ferrous metal,large size wire rod and other occasions with poor wire drawing conditions.
Tungsten carbide,also known as cemented carbide,is composed of tungsten carbide particles and cobalt.Tungsten carbide is a kind of non oxidizing cemented carbide,which can maintain the hardness similar to corundum or gem even at high temperature.
Tungsten carbide has been used as the core of wire drawing die for more than 100 years.Now it is still widely used with low cost.It is used in some wire rod processing technology with high loss and high hardness,and even wear when used.
Die size range:0.15mm ~ 55mm (larger or smaller size can be customized according to customer requirements),tungsten carbide die core can withstand 2800 ° C high temperature,tungsten steel wire drawing die is widely used in applications requiring high temperature resistance,impact resistance and short-term use.
Because of its easy processing and low cost,tungsten carbide is also selected as the core material of most special-shaped dies and strand dies.Tungsten carbide dies are the choice for manufacturing ferrous metals,and they are also the ideal choice for short-term trial operation.
Application: steel wire,stainless steel wire,copper wire,aluminum wire,tungsten wire,other kinds of ferrous metal and non-ferrous metal wire rod types.
Tungsten steel cemented carbide die is an economical choice for the iron and steel industry,as well as the application in non-ferrous metal industry,such as stranded wire and drawing of large-diameter cable.It has been used in wire rod industry for many years.
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