Why Choose Tungsten Carbide

Tungsten carbide, often referred to as the hardest metal, has a compressive strength much greater than any metal or alloy, including steel. Because it is highly resistant to abrasion, it is ideal for use in a variety of wear applications.

Traditionally, tungsten carbide components have been used in metalworking applications where tooling stresses are great. However, there are numerous non-metal uses, such as crushing/pulverizing stone, where tungsten carbide's strength and wear characteristics offer a cost-effective solution.

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