Tungsten carbide ball, commonly known as cemented carbide ball or tungsten steel ball, refer to the balls made of cemented carbide. Carbide balls have high hardness, good wear resistance, corrosion resistance, bending resistance which can almost replace all steel ball products. The hardness of the cemented carbide ball is ≥90.5, and the density is 14.9 g/cm3.
Cemented carbide ball is a compound of high hardness refractory metal carbide (WC, TiC) micron powder, with cobalt (Co) or nickel (Ni), molybdenum (Mo) as a binder, in a vacuum furnace or Powder metallurgy products sintered in a hydrogen reduction furnace, currently common hard alloys are YG, YN, YT, YW series.
Carbide balls are used in a wide range of applications, such as precision bearings, instruments, meters, pens, sprayers, pumps, mechanical parts, sealing valves, brake pumps, oil fields, hydrochloric acid laboratories, hardness measuring instruments, fishing gear, counterweight, decoration, finishing and other high-end industries.
Carbide Ball Specifications
Our carbide balls are strictly produced in accordance with national standard GB308-2002. Commonly used carbide grades of Tungsten carbide balls are YG3, YG6, YG6x, YG8, YG8x, YN6, YN9 and we can provide cemented carbide ball with precision G5-G100.
Tungsten Carbide Balls' Grades and Properties:
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