Tungsten Carbide Inserts

When it comes to machinery parts that are going to be used in heavy duty tasks such as oil and gas drilling, exploration and pumping then you want to go with tungsten carbide products and parts including tungsten carbide inserts.

Carbide itself is a binary compound of carbon and another element of lower or comparable properties. Tungsten carbide is the uniting of carbon and the metal tungsten. Tungsten carbide is an even stronger form of carbide as tungsten is one of the most durable metals around.

Anything made from tungsten carbide is almost guaranteed to be more durable and capable of handling the most extreme of tasks including the use in wastewater treatment and rendering applications.

Tungsten Carbide Inserts
Tungsten carbide inserts are produced with state of the art quality and functionality. They are best used in high speed tooling applications as they are naturally strong and durable. These inserts will keep your tools working much longer than the average, less durable stainless steel inserts.

Tungsten Carbide Inserts for Cutting
Tungsten carbide inserts are best suited and used most often in tooling and cutting. Many engineering companies offer custom tungsten carbide inserts to perfectly fit cutting machinery. The design of the insert plays a large role in the tooling and cutting design process.

Tungsten carbide inserts, in particular, are used for heavy duty cutting and tooling. With the heavy duty durability of tungsten in each carbide insert, downtime is practically non-existent. Quality inserts not only eliminate downtime, but they also produce a much more durable, effective, and high quality product then traditional carbide inserts.

Where to Find Tungsten Carbide Inserts
Tungsten carbide inserts are available at most carbide engineering and manufacturing plants. The best way to find inserts is to shop around by contacting local engineering firms or by researching the area’s chamber of commerce business directory.

Calling companies in the oil and gas industry as well as the wastewater management field may also be of help as they most likely deal with tungsten carbide insert dealers regularly.

Once an engineering company has been found, talk with their customer service team members to determine if their engineers will be able to construct the inserts needed for your project. Request a sample piece as well.

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