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Tungsten Carbide Rods &
Grit for Brazing

Our crushed tungsten carbide is screened to meet a variety of different specifications and sizing requirements. The crushed tungsten is of sintered tungsten carbide with a cobalt binder sometimes used by ocyeceteplene or even heat induction for brazing applications. The brazing carbide is used to produce highly wear resistant tungsten carbide composite rod, also called tungsten carbide brazing rod.

Choose from  Our Rich Selection of Tungsten <span class="title--bold">Carbide Composite Rods & Grits</span>

Choose from Our Rich Selection of Tungsten Carbide Composite Rods & Grits

Our crushed tungsten carbide is screened to meet a variety of different specifications and sizing requirements. The crushed tungsten is of sintered tungsten carbide with a cobalt binder sometimes used by ocyeceteplene or even heat induction for brazing applications. The brazing carbide is used to produce highly wear resistant tungsten carbide composite rod, also called tungsten carbide brazing rod.

Choose from  Our Rich Selection of Tungsten <span class="title--bold">Carbide Composite Rods & Grits</span>

Tungsten Composite Rods

It is mainly used for surfacing welding the oil, mining, coal mining, farrier, geology, construction and other industries in some serious wear and tear or artifacts of both cutting. Such as: milling shoes, grinding, centralizer, reamer, drill pipe joints, hydraulic cutter, scraper, plough planer knives, core bit, piling drill, twist drill, etc.

Wrazorcut applied to any substrate will introduce multi faceted cutting edges in a wearable resilient matrix that will allow the exposition of new cutting edges as wear progresses. If you are looking for wear resistance, wrazor sharp cutting edges, and the hardest substance known to man, use Wrazorcut.

  • 60% WC
  • 70% WC

Tungsten Carbide Brazing Grit

Our crushed tungsten carbide is screened to meet a variety of different specifications and sizing requirements. The crushed tungsten is of sintered tungsten carbide with a cobalt binder sometimes used by ocyeceteplene or even heat induction for brazing applications. The brazing carbide is used to produce highly wear resistant tungsten carbide composite rod, also called tungsten carbide brazing rod.

Hardfacing Start-Up Kit (wire included)

Grit Start-Up Package

Do you want to apply grit yourself?
Purchase our grit start-up package!

 

Includes:

  • Your Choice Grit Size
  • Welding Wire CM-58
  • Grit Hopper

Advantages of Tungsten Carbide Grits

  • High thermal conductivity rating of 100 W/m-k

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  • Extremely hard : Mohs 9.1 or 2550 Knoop. Harder than aluminum oxide

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  • Blocky grain, will splinter as it breaks down, fast cutting speeds,great for recycling

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  • High strength at elevated temperatures

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  • Great for glass frosting & engraving,stone carving & etching, rock tumbling

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  • Grades 16 through 1500 available

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Tungsten Brazing Grit Applications

The tungsten carbide grits is suitable for hard facing material.
1 mesh to 12 mesh: used for wear-resistance electrode and mace electrode;
10 mesh to 60 mesh: used for saw blade or play a role of wear-resisting welding in the metal surface.

  • Ceramic, metal lapping, and polishing applications
  • Slicing of silicon carbide wafers
  • Rock and stone polishing and engraving
  • Slicing, lapping,and polishing glass and germanium wafers
  • Lapping of piston rings and gears
  • Grinding of nonferrous materials
  • Finishing tough and hard materials
  • Bonded abrasive tool applications
  • Glass etching and glass carving industries

How to Use Tungsten Carbide Composite Rods

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    Clean up the workpiece, make the welding workpieces surface with metallic luster.
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    The flat position of welding, therefore can use the appropriate clamping fixture for control of surfacing layer thickness, thick piece of available.
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    With a neutral flame preheating, flame core not contact surface, the distance to 25 mm is advisable.
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    Carbide surfacing welding layer.With YD type electrode surfacing, the use of neutral flame (can be slightly carbonizing flame) tip is steady on the workpiece surface movement, the flame of the alloy electrode heating (be careful not to make flame cone tip contact alloy particles), tire body in the electrode alloy melt, carbide particles are also falling.Before the tire body of molten metal solidification, the particles arrange, can use left hand of the alloy electrode fingers, or another person holding a base electrode or pull rod on graphite rod in a quick stir particles, making them evenly aligned neatly.Surfacing layer thickness control according to the requirements of design.
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    After the workpiece welding, where no ventilation, slow cooling, cannot quench, conditional usable asbestos blanket cover.
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    The workpiece after cooling to room temperature, if necessary, grinding surface surfacing to required size and shape.
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    Clean up the workpiece, remove all splash, slag, etc.
60% Composite Rod

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FAQ

How much brazing grit do I need?

Depending on feed rate and welder, you can weld 1 inch wide by 20 inches long with 1 pound of grit.

Can I get a custom-sized tungsten brazing rod or grit?

If the order is large enough, we are able to adjust the amount of tungsten carbide used for the brazing rod, and we can make a custom sized run. Contact Josh McKnight or Landon Hendricks, for more details.
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