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What Is The Material Performance Of Carbide Alloy Blade?

Feb. 23, 2019

The Carbide Alloy Blade is made of cemented carbide, which is an alloy material made by a hard metal compound of a refractory metal and a binder metal by a powder metallurgy process.

Cemented carbide has a series of excellent properties such as high hardness, wear resistance, strength and toughness, heat resistance and corrosion resistance, especially its high hardness and wear resistance, which remains basically unchanged even at a temperature of 500 ° C. It still has a high hardness at 1000 °C.

Carbide Alloy blade, also known as Tungsten Carbide Cutting Blade, are mainly made of solid carbide as the base and are finished through multiple production processes.

Hard alloy, also known as tungsten steel, is made of high-quality tungsten carbide + cobalt powder by formula blending and then pressed and sintered. It has high hardness, high strength, high wear resistance and high elastic modulus. It belongs to powder metallurgy industry. . Carbide as a tooth of modern industry, Tungsten Carbide Cutter Blade plays a fundamental role in the development of the manufacturing industry.

Carbide Alloy Blade

Tungsten Carbide Knife Manufacturer tell you Cemented carbides are classified according to grain size and can be classified into ordinary hard alloys, fine-grained hard alloys, and fine-grained, ultra-fine-grained hard alloys. According to the main chemical composition, it can be divided into tungsten carbide based hard alloy and titanium carbide based hard alloy. Tungsten carbide-based hard alloys include tungsten-cobalt (YG), tungsten-cobalt-titanium (YT), and rare-carbonized (YW) types, each of which has advantages and disadvantages. The main components are tungsten carbide (WC) and titanium carbide (WC). A common metal bonding phase such as Tic) or niobium carbide (NbC) is Co. Titanium carbide-based cemented carbide is a hard alloy with Tic as its main component, and the commonly used metal bonding phases are Mo and Ni. Cemented carbide has high hardness (86 ~ 93HRA, equivalent to 69 ~ 81HRC) second only to diamond, good thermal hardness (up to 900 ~ 1000 ° C, maintain 60HRC); high flexural strength (MPa5100), good impact toughness And properties that are not found in general Tungsten Carbide Knives such as chemically inert, which is extremely resistant to corrosion.

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