Tungsten Suppliers, Exporters, and Wholesalers
Tungsten, also known as Wolfram having the highest melting point is a dull silver-coated metal. Tungsten is much harder than steel and more resistant to fracturing than diamond. Its ability and strength to withstand high temperatures due to unique properties make it ideal for many industrial and commercial applications. It is extracted from two types of minerals namely, Scheelite and wolframite and is then processed and separated.
TradeWheel has sellers, manufacturers, retailers, and wholesalers of tungsten metal used most importantly in making alloys. It increases the strength, hardness, tensile strength, and elasticity of steels. Tungsten combines with iron and forms a Ferrotungsten alloy. This alloy is mixed with other metals or alloys to produce more specialized alloys. Tungsten available in powder form can be added to other metals to make alloys.
Tungsten available on our website is used in construction, mining, metalworking, and electrical machinery. Tungsten alloys are used as heating elements in furnaces, used to make high-speed tools, part for spacecraft and aircraft, for equipment used in radio and television and radar and other equipment. Tungsten in a small amount is used to make thin metal wire filaments in incandescent lights and when an electric current passes through the wire, it becomes hot and gives off light. It does not melt because of the very high melting point.
Purchase tungsten from our website as it has the ability to keep its shape at high temperature hence used in a variety of household applications ranging from lamps and floodlights to microwave ovens, cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) and x-ray tubes in television sets and computer monitors. The tolerance of tungsten metal to intense heat makes it ideal for thermocouples. Tungsten available on our b2b company has desired density therefore used in applications that require a concentrated weight or mass such as fishing sinkers, counterweights, and darts.