What is carbide wear parts?
Carbide wear parts refer to mechanical components and mold parts made from carbide materials, including drill bits, cutting tools, stamping die parts, stretching dies, cold heading dies, washers, bushings, bearings, […]
Carbide wear parts refer to mechanical components and mold parts made from carbide materials, including drill bits, cutting tools, stamping die parts, stretching dies, cold heading dies, washers, bushings, bearings, nozzles, roller shafts, spheres, sealing rings, mining tools, and more. They possess excellent wear resistance and high hardness, playing a crucial role in various applications. The outstanding performance of carbide materials makes them an ideal choice for manufacturing wear-resistant parts that can withstand high temperatures, wear, and corrosion.
Wide application of carbide wear parts.
Carbide wear parts have a wide range of applications, from small ballpoint pen tips to large-scale punch presses, wire drawing dies, and industrial rolling mills, all of which can be produced using carbides. Most carbide wear parts are made from tungsten cobalt alloy. Fine-grained and ultrafine-grained carbides have become increasingly important in wear parts as well as cutting tools for cutting iron, non-ferrous alloys, and wood. The smaller the particle size of tungsten carbide, the higher the hardness and wear resistance of the carbide.
Characteristics and advantages of carbide.
The popularity of carbide wear parts stems from their characteristics and advantages:
- Wear Resistance: One of the main characteristics of carbide materials is their excellent wear resistance. They can maintain good performance under high-speed, high-temperature, and high-pressure conditions, resisting wear and deformation, thereby extending their service life.
- High Hardness: Carbides have high hardness, often surpassing that of traditional metal materials. This enables carbide wear parts to perform exceptionally well when processing hard materials or engaging in high-intensity cutting, while maintaining tool sharpness.
- High-Temperature Resistance: Carbide materials exhibit excellent high-temperature resistance, allowing them to maintain mechanical properties and dimensional stability in high-temperature environments. This makes carbide wear parts suitable for high-temperature processing and the manufacturing of refractory materials.
- Corrosion Resistance: Carbide materials have strong resistance to corrosion and oxidation, allowing them to be used for extended periods in harsh working environments without damage.
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