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  • 0862400712

    0862400712 2017-12-28 14:51:03

    High proportion alloy, density 17g/cm3-18.5g/cm3 hardness 1000-1200Mpa) able to bear corrosivity well, exchange machining, therefore apply to aviation, spaceflight, military industry extensively, such as shielding one of armor-piercing bomb, nuclear industry and medical equipment, counterweight piece and golf head inlay piece, machinery automatic wrist-watch balance weight, high occasion, ball of proportion and person who fall of fish.

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  • 0086279936

    0086279936 2017-12-11 14:34:04

    High proportion alloy is an alloy composed of mainly W 85-99% and other elements like Ni、Cu、Co、Mo、Cr. Normally, its density is 16.5-18.75g/cm3, high density, so it is called high proportion alloy.

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    0086279936 2017-11-14 14:16:43

    It is also called WHA, component has WNiFe or WNiCu or WNiCuFe.

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    0865598567 2017-11-14 10:59:53

    A high proportion of the alloy is a tungsten matrix (W content 85-99%), and added by the Ni, Cu, Co, Mo, Cr and other elements of the alloy.

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  • 0864574958

    0864574958 2017-11-13 17:49:28

    High proportion of alloy is a class of tungsten matrix (W content of 85-99%), and added with Ni, Cu, Co, Mo, Cr and other elements composed of the alloy.

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    0864574958 2017-11-13 17:49:28

    High proportion of alloy is a class of tungsten matrix (W content of 85-99%), and added with Ni, Cu, Co, Mo, Cr and other elements composed of the alloy.

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