The material can be used to produce a continuous chip cutting ductile products. It can significantly improve alloy material wear resistance, oxidation resistance, corrosion resistance and other properties…
Tungsten Titanium Carbide Powder (WC: TiC=50:50)
|Tungsten Titanium Carbide Powder (WC:TiC=50:50)|
|Product No.||CAS No.||Formula||Molecular Weight||APS||Purity||Color||Form|
|NRE-11084||12070-08-5||WTiC||243.7177 g/mol||<40um(can be customized)||99%||Black||Powder|
|Melting Point||3,160 °C|
|Boiling Point||4,820 °C|
|Certificate of Analysis|
Tungsten Titanium Carbide Powder
Titanium Carbide, TiC, is an extremely hard ceramic refractory material (Mohs 9-9.5), similar to tungsten carbide. It has the appearance of black powder with the crystalline structure of sodium chloride (cubic centered face). As found in nature, its crystals vary in size from 0.1 to 0.3 mm.
Titanium carbide is used in the preparation of cermets, they are often used for processing steel materials at high cutting speeds. It is also used as an abrasion-resistant surface coating on metal parts, such as tooltips and monitoring mechanisms. [Edit] Titanium carbide is also used as a thermal protection coating for atmospheric re-entry of a spacecraft.
It occurs naturally as a very rare form of mineral khamrabaevite (EN, IT) (Russian: Хамрабаевит) – (Ti, V, Fe) C. It was discovered in 1984 on Mount Arashan in the Chatkal district, USSR (modern Kyrgyzstan ), near the border with Uzbekistan. The mineral is called Ibragim Khamrabaevich Khamrabaev, director of Geology and Geophysics Tashkent, Uzbekistan.