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Tungsten Alloy Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Pompton Plains, NJ 800-838-1978

    Our company may have started small, but we quickly grew to handle the largest aluminum orders. Our metals are made from the highest quality materials, and we pledge to offer superior service to all our customers. We don’t want customers who use us one time, we want to establish lifelong relationships with customers that last generations. Contact us for more info!

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  • Long Island City, NY 800-767-9494

    We take pride in saying that we are fully certified and quality control oriented to AMS, ASTM, MIL and QQ. Our tungsten alloys are ideal for various purposes. We can even supply rare metals such as magnesium AZ31B, Zirconium 702 and more. Our teams are diligently creating the market’s best tungsten alloy products. Give us a call today if you have any questions!

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  • Lewiston, ME 207-333-6100

    Elmet Technologies LLC is a 100% US owned and operated, fully integrated manufacturer of molybdenum, tungsten products and alloys. Elmet produces both flat and long/round mill products, including plate, sheet, and foil, flat rolled products, rod and wire. We have industry leading machining, fabrication, and assembly capabilities. We are a specialty metals business with over 85 years of molybdenum and tungsten production experience. Elmet is ITAR, ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified.

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  • Broomall, PA 484-472-6863

    At T&D Materials Manufacturing, we provide a wide range of materials, including tungsten, tantalum, molybdenum, and niobium. We strive to manufacture our products to the highest level of purity and consistency, as well as helping our customers find the product that precisely fulfills their needs. We are an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer. Contact us today to learn more about what we do!

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  • Towanda, PA 570-768-5000

    At Global Tungsten & Powders (GTP), we have experience manufacturing and marketing products such as tungsten chemicals, tungsten carbide, and semi-finished tungsten parts. Industries we serve include aerospace, automotive, construction, and defense. We have established a global footprint for the production of tungsten materials by providing our customers with security of supply and continuous product improvement. Contact GTP today and we will help you find what you are looking for!

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  • Talbott, TN 800-237-9012

    Eagle Alloys Corporation is a leading manufacturer, supplier and distributor of quality metals. Our staff prides itself on working fast, efficiently and courteously to get you the information you need. We have been providing metals for research and manufacturing for over 25 years. We offer solutions for all of your material requirements.

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Tungsten Alloy

Tungsten is an extremely strong, resistant, dense, hard and heat resistant metal that is often alloyed with other metals and materials to further improve strength, melting point and hardness properties. Most tungsten products are alloyed with some sort of metal, including steel, carbide, nickel, copper and iron.

The most popular tungsten alloy is tungsten carbide, which is a very strong metal used in mining, construction and industrial machinery. It accounts for 65% of the total tungsten consumption worldwide. Other alloy grades are used for weapons including bullets, body armor, cannon shells, grenades and missiles. Tungsten alloys are also used in musical instrument strings, heat sinks, armaments, turbine blades, weights, ballasts, watch/clock components, among many other products. The defense, aerospace, marine, mining, construction and consumer product industries all employ tungsten alloys to fabricate or coat products. Tungsten alloy coatings extend the life of products like tools by many years and protect items like jewelry from scratching. Some rarer applications include organic dyes, pigment phosphors, cathode-ray tubes and x-ray screens, which are all made from tungsten-based chemicals. Tungsten alloys are very dense and are useful when fabricating kinetic energy penetrators, counterweights and flywheels.

Tungsten in raw form is a fine, grey powder. It is often combined with another metal, and then sintered to form different forms, which include bar, rod, sheet and wire. The sintering process involves packing the powder into molds and heating them in an industrial oven. The powder becomes adherent and denser, allowing a solid metal shape to form when the metal has cured and come back to room temperature. The three most popular tungsten alloys for consumer goods are tungsten-thorium, which increases the efficiency of electron discharge tubes and improves creep strength to wire in high temperatures, tungsten-molybdenum and tungsten-rhenium. Some tungsten alloys contain mostly tungsten, generally about 90 to 98%. These are called tungsten heavy-metal alloys, and are considered nearly pure tungsten. These grades are used for warheads, computer disk drives, isotope containers, gyroscope components, as well as weight distribution adjustment for boats and racecars. Heavy-metal tungsten alloys usually contain small amounts of cobalt, nickel, iron and copper. Tungsten by itself has many good qualities, but its high density, poor ductility in cold temperatures and tendency to strongly react with air are some of its less desirable qualities. Alloying tungsten with different metals improves some of these shortcomings and broadens tungsten's applications in different environments.



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