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Archive for January 26th, 2018

Tungsten Carbide What is is, What it’s Used for, and Why Recycle it?

Tungsten heavy alloys

What is Tungsten Carbide

In order to fully understand the benefits of recycling tungsten carbide, one must first know exactly what Tungsten Carbide is. Tungsten was discovered over 200 years ago in the year 1780, but it wasn’t applied to the industry for an extra 159 years. This metal is usually referred to as a hard metal. Tungsten is actually a composite metal. The definition of a composite material is one that is made with tow or more materials that each have different compositions. This means that when combined within four major mineral forms and calcium, manganese or iron the metal known as tungsten is formed.

The tungsten carbide recycling industry is important because of the roll that it plays recycling tungsten. I

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