Frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions.

What are cemented carbide balls and what are they used for?

Cemented carbide balls, commonly known as tungsten steel balls, refer to balls and balls made of cemented carbide. carbide balls have high hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, resistance to bending, and harsh use environment. They can replace all the steel balls  products.

Tungsten Carbide Balls have a wide range of applications, such as precision bearings, instruments, meters, pens, sprayers, water pumps, mechanical parts, sealed valves, brake pumps, squeeze holes, oil fields, hydrochloric acid laboratories, hardness measuring instruments, Fishing gear, counterweight, decoration, finishing, etc.

Type: Carbide balls are made of carbide (WC, TiC) micron powder of high hardness refractory metal, with cobalt (Co) or nickel (Ni), molybdenum (Mo) as binder, Powder metallurgy products sintered in furnaces or hydrogen reduction furnaces. At present, common hard alloys include YG, YN, YT, and YW series.

Commonly used cemented carbide balls are divided into YG6 Tungsten Carbide Balls YG6x Tungsten Carbide Balls YG8 Tungsten Carbide Balls YG13 Tungsten Carbide Balls YG20 Tungsten Carbide Balls YN6 Tungsten Carbide Balls YN9 cemented carbide balls.YN12 cemented carbide ball. YT5 cemented carbide ball. YT15 cemented carbide ball.

Features: Cemented carbide balls have high hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, resistance to bending, and harsh environment. They can replace all steel ball products. Carbide ball hardness ≥90.5, density = 14.9g / m³.