The use of cemented carbide wear parts


With the development of modern industry, mechanical parts (such as agricultural machinery, mining machinery, construction machinery, drilling machinery, etc.) often work under complex and harsh conditions, and a large number of mechanical equipment are often scrapped due to wear and tear. Therefore, mastering the research and development of wear-resistant materials is of great significance for improving the service life of wear-resistant material parts and reducing losses due to wear.

Cemented carbide wear parts have superior performance, so they are widely used in industry. Good wear resistance and high hardness make it suitable for the manufacture of wear-resistant parts, mechanical parts and wire drawing dies that are resistant to high temperature, friction and corrosion. In recent years, cemented carbide has become a better choice to replace steel in a variety of industrial applications.

The wear-resistant parts of cemented carbide are as small as the tip of a ballpoint pen, as large as a punching machine, a wire drawing die, or a rolling mill used in the steel industry. Most carbide wear parts and drilling tools are made directly from tungsten cobalt. Fine-grained and ultra-fine-grained cemented carbides are becoming more and more important in wear-resistant accessories and cutting tools for cutting iron, non-ferrous alloys, and wood.

The application of cemented carbide wear parts is as follows:

Carbide wear parts mechanical seal; in pumps, compressors and agitators, carbide seals are used as mechanical sealing surfaces. At the same time, cemented carbide is widely used in oil refineries, petrochemical plants, fertilizer complete equipment and pharmaceutical production industries.

Carbide Wear Parts In order to meet the needs of the metal wire drawing industry, our company produces tungsten carbide wire, tungsten carbide bar and wire drawing tube. Higher hardness and toughness enable these products to withstand high temperatures and pressures. The use of wear-resistant parts with superior wear resistance can produce relatively ideal product quality, surface treatment and dimensional accuracy, and can also prolong the service life of the product.

The application of carbide wear parts in spinning and weaving industry; especially in jute weaving industry is reflected in the metal ring. This is to prevent the vibration and displacement of the jute wire when it rotates at high speed, and to enable the machine to run freely and smoothly.

Wear-resistant parts made of cemented carbide include nozzles, guide rails, plungers, balls, tire cleats, snow plow boards and so on.

Post time: Mar-07-2022