Different Types of Carbide Tubes

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carbide tubes are made from a variety of different materials depending on the application. They are available in various lengths and diameters and can be cut with precision using standard tooling. Carbide offers many advantages over steel, including increased tensile strength, hardness and heat resistance. This makes it ideal for a wide range of industrial applications.

When a shop switches from steel to carbide band saw blades, they immediately notice improved performance. Carbide blades have a long life and work on many different types of material, cutting faster than bi-metal blades. They also resist vibration which improves worker comfort.

Tungsten Carbide Dies

Tungsten carbide dies are designed to last 10X longer than steel ones. Carbide does not wear down at the point of impact, which is where most dies do. This means that your dies will remain perfect and accurate for the life of the product.

This translates to more parts produced in less time with lower downtime. Carbide offers the best combination of durability and cost effectiveness for any industry.

Silicon Carbide

Silicon carbide (SiC) is a synthetic, structural ceramic created through reaction-bonding or recrystallization of high-purity silica grains. It has a relatively high elastic modulus and moderate coefficient of thermal expansion, as well as good thermal conductivity. These properties make it very useful in nuclear reactors, where it is used as cladding for tubes in molten salt reactors.