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What Are Advantages of Carbide Ball

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What Are Advantages of Carbide Ball

With the development of social productivity, people have higher requirements for output and quality. In order to meet people's needs, carbide ball appeared on the market. More and more people choose to use carbide ball to replace all steel ball products. So what are the advantages of carbide ball? Why can carbide ball replace all steel ball products? If you are interested in carbide ball but don't understand, please don't miss this article, this article will introduce you everything about carbide ball in detail and help you better understand carbide ball. Let’s start.

 

1. What is a carbide ball?

2. The advantage of carbide ball is its excellent performance

3. The advantage of carbide ball is that it is widely used

 

1. What is a carbide ball?

Carbide ball, as the name suggests, is a ball-shaped product made of cemented carbide. Cemented carbide is an alloy material made from hard compounds of refractory metals and bonding metals through powder metallurgy. The main component of carbide ball is micron-sized powder of high-hardness and refractory metal carbide, and the binder is cobalt, nickel, and molybdenum. After sintering in a vacuum furnace, the carbide ball we need is finally made. The common cemented carbides on the market now include YG, YN, YT, and YW series.

 

2. The advantage of carbide ball is its excellent performance

The popularity of carbide ball in the market is inseparable from its excellent performance. The material made of it is called "industrial teeth" because cemented carbide has high hardness, strength, wear resistance and corrosion resistance. The carbide ball inherits the superior performance of cemented carbide. The hardness of the carbide ball is very high. Data shows that the hardness of the carbide ball is ≥90.5 and the density is 14.9g/cm3, so the carbide ball will not be easily bent. The carbide ball is wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant, and can work in harsh environments. Therefore, it is considered to replace all steel ball products. Its performance is better than steel ball products, so it is now popular in the market.

 

3. The advantage of carbide ball is that it is widely used

Another advantage of carbide ball is that it is widely used. Carbide ball includes tungsten carbide ball, carbide valve ball, carbide alloy ball and other products. There are many industries where carbide ball can be applied. Precision bearings, instruments, meters, pen-making, spraying machines, water pumps, mechanical accessories, sealing valves, brake pumps and other products are inseparable from the processing of carbide balls. Among them, carbide valve ball is widely used in oil drilling, deep sea drilling and other fields. The carbide valve ball is one of the key components of the valve ball and ball seat of the sucker pump. There are many reasons for choosing a carbide valve ball. The carbide valve ball has the lowest flow resistance in theory and can effectively reduce friction. The working environment of oil drilling and deep-sea drilling is harsh, but the carbide valve ball can still achieve a complete sealing effect in a high temperature and high pressure environment. The corrosion resistance of the carbide valve ball prevents it from being damaged by corrosive liquids. Carbide ball has become an indispensable part in industrial production. It is worth mentioning that the lifetime of carbide ball is also very long.

 

The above is all the content of this article. After reading this article, do you have a deeper understanding of carbide ball? If you want to buy high-quality carbide ball, please contact us. We are a professional manufacturer and can provide you with high-quality products, such as tungsten carbide ball, carbide valve ball, carbide alloy ball. Welcome to contact us!


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