TUNGSTEN CARBIDE HAZARD SUMMARY Tungsten Carbide mg
Common Name: TUNGSTEN CARBIDE CAS Number: 12070121 DOT Number: None DOT Hazard Class: None HAZARD SUMMARY Tungsten Carbide can affect you when breathed in. Contact can cause severe skin burns. Tungsten Carbide may cause a skin allergy. If allergy develops, very low future exposure can cause itching and a skin rash.
Tungstencopper WCu Plansee
Tungsten copper WCu materials are used for arcing contacts in SF6 circuit breakers for high and medium voltage applications. At the heart of the switching chamber, WCu arcing contacts are exposed to extreme mechanical and thermal stresses.
Tungsten Copper amp Tungsten carbide copper Edgetech ...
Tungsten carbide copper is a refractory Tungsten carbide based composite obtained by the process of pressing, sintering and infiltrating. The Tungsten carbide content ranges from 50 to 70 by weight. Tungsten carbide copper, this strong material has good mechanical properties and is highly resistant to arc erosion in contact welding. tungsten ...
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Silver Tungsten Carbide AgWC: Silver tungsten carbide has proven to be an excellent material because of its ability to resist contact sticking or welding and also because of its resistance to oxidation. Because it is a harder material than silver tungsten, AgWC is more resistant to arc erosion and contact wear.
Tungsten and Molybdenum Based Materials Electrical Contacts
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Tungsten Carbide Copper Alloy AMERICAN ELEMENTS
Product Name: Tungsten Carbide Copper Alloy. Product Number: All applicable American Elements product codes, e.g. WCCU01P.50CU, WCCU01P.44CU, WCCU01P.30CU, WCCU01. Relevant identified uses of the substance: Scientific research and development