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  • Analysis on the composition and performance of cemented carbide balls

    Analysis on the composition and performance of cemented carbide balls

    Cemented carbide ball is a high temperature sintered alloy material composed of refractory metal WC and cemented metal Co or Ni, which is our commonly known tungsten cobalt alloy ball (usually grades YG6, YG6X, YG8, YG10, YG13) or Tungsten-nickel alloy balls (representing grades YN6, YN8, YN10, YN13... read more

    Dec 20,2019 Industry News
  • How to judge the quality of steel balls

    How to judge the quality of steel balls

    Many salesmen who purchase steel balls may not be very professional in steel balls. Today we will focus on how to judge the quality of stainless steel balls: If you do not have professional testing equipment, the most direct method is to use the naked eye method, which is to see the brightness of th... read more

    Dec 14,2019 Industry News
  • Effects of carbon, chromium, nickel and other elements on stainless steel balls

    Effects of carbon, chromium, nickel and other elements on stainless steel balls

    First, let ’s talk about carbon. The corrosion resistance of stainless steel balls decreases with the increase in carbon content. Therefore, most stainless steels have a low carbon content, up to 1.2%, and the C (carbon content) of some steels is even lower than 0.03% (such as 304L stainless steel b... read more

    Dec 06,2019 Industry News
  • Stainless steel ball for valve

    Stainless steel ball for valve

    There are usually two types of stainless steel balls used in valves: One type of valve is a spherical type, that is, a concave type. The characteristic of this valve is that the surface is in contact with the ball, which is good for sealing; Another type of valve is cylindrical. This valve is easy t... read more

    Nov 29,2019 Industry News
  • What is the difference between 304 and 316 stainless steel balls?

    What is the difference between 304 and 316 stainless steel balls?

    304 and 316 stainless steel balls are now the two most commonly used stainless steels 304, 316 (or corresponding to German/European standards 1.4308, 1.4408) The 316 steel ball contains Mo, which is better than the 304 steel ball in high temperature environment, so in high temperature environment, e... read more

    Nov 15,2019 Industry News