The Uses of Tungsten Pipe

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Tungsten is a heavy metal that has a very high melting point. It is usually alloyed with nickel, carbon, or copper to make it stronger and harder. It is also a very durable metal that can withstand very high temperatures and does not change its properties when exposed to extreme heat. This makes it very useful in a number of different applications. One of the most common practical uses of tungsten is in cutting tools. Because of its hardness, tungsten can be made into extremely sharp and durable cutting blades. These types of tools are used in many industries, including manufacturing, aerospace, military, nuclear, and oil and gas.

Another use of tungsten is in filaments, vacuum furnaces, glass-to-metal seals, and electrical contacts. The material is also used in the cathode ray tubes found in old televisions. Tungsten has a very high density, making it useful in places where weight is important. It is also very hard, making it resistant to scratches, scrapes, and abrasions. It is also very strong, with a tensile strength of 142,000 psi. Tungsten can be forged to form tough, resilient materials like cemented carbide and dental drills. It is also resistant to attack by most acids and alkalis, but reacts with fused, oxidising alkali media.

Tungsten is available as rod, pellets, powder, granules, ingot, wire, and in compound forms like oxides. Tungsten has a unique combination of physical and chemical properties that make it ideal for use in applications such as weights or counter-balances in static or dynamic balancing systems, high speed rotating inertia members, radiation shielding, and hypervelocity impact.