The Everloy Advantage Carbide Nozzle With Superior Resistance to Wear

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Carbide Nozzle With Superior Resistance to Wear

We configure and manufacture nozzles using a tungsten carbide material.

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Everloy is a specialty maker of both spray nozzles and our own tungsten carbide. We can use our knowledge with both of these areas and combine them together. Without losing any functionality, we can offer a quote, create, assemble, and configure spray nozzles with the optimal tungsten carbide material.

What is Tungsten Carbide?

What is Tungsten Carbide?

Only diamonds are strong, and same weight as gold
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Tungsten Carbide is an extremely hard metal. It is harder than iron or stainless steel, and is second only to diamond. It is twice as heavy as iron, and about the same weight as gold. Not only is it hard, but it also has superior strength and elasticity, minimal strength loss in high temperatures, is highly wear resistant, and is used in metal tools and molds.

Tungsten carbide + cobalt
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Tunsten Carbide is an alloy. It is not a natural metal, but rather a man-made metal. It is made up of tungsten carbide (WC) and cobalt (Co). Tungsten Carbide has a high melting point (2900°C), and will not melt like iron. Because of this, we manufacture the alloy from powder by sintering it at around 1300°C to 1500°C and allowing it to harden. The material used to bind the powder is cobalt.

Used by many companies in a variety of ways
Used by many companies in a variety of ways

Because of its hardness and strength, tungsten carbide is used in a variety of metal cutting tools, such as drills, milling cutters, and lathes. It is also used for a variety of metal molds, including aluminum drink can molds, powder molds for automobile engine parts (powder metal parts), and lately molds for electrical parts in cellphones and other electronics. It is also used to make tools used to break up bedrock during shield tunneling and to cut the surface of asphalt on roads.
Because of its superior characteristics, tungsten carbide is used in a variety of fields, including construction, manufacturing, infrastructure improvements, and other public works.

Improved Wear Resistance
We are interested in a nozzle with superior wear resistance, as our current nozzle is made from metal.
We'd like to use carbide on just one part of a product.
We'd like to lower our replacement frequency.
Improved Nozzle Functionality

We'd like to greater wear resistance over our current carbide nozzle.
We'd like to control chipping.
We'd like to improve the spray performance of our current carbide nozzle.

New productization of carbide nozzle

We'd like to make a certain kind of nozzle using carbide.

If you have any of these concerns, please feel free to contact us. Our specialized staff will respond to each request individually.

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