Carbide Nozzle Tungsten Cemented Carbide 

Short Description:

Product Detail

Product Tags

The Production Method Of Carbide Nozzle Tungsten Cemented Carbide

The production of tungsten carbide nozzles involves several key steps: Powder preparation: Tungsten carbide powder is mixed with a small amount of binder material, such as cobalt, to increase its strength and toughness.

Mixing: Mix the tungsten carbide powder and binder material thoroughly to ensure an even mix. Compaction: The mixed powder is then placed into a mold and high pressure is applied to shape it into the desired nozzle shape. Pre-sintering: The compacted parts are pre-sintered at high temperatures to partially melt the binder material and bond the tungsten carbide particles together. Forming: Pre-sintered parts are machined and formed to achieve the final dimensions and surface finish required for carbide nozzles. Sintering: The shaped parts are then subjected to a high-temperature sintering process in a controlled atmosphere, allowing the tungsten carbide particles to bond together more firmly to form a dense and strong structure. Finishing: After sintering, carbide nozzles often undergo secondary operations such as grinding, polishing and coating to achieve the desired final finish and performance characteristics.

Throughout these steps, strict quality control measures are implemented to ensure that tungsten carbide nozzles meet hardness, wear resistance and dimensional accuracy requirements. These production methods enable the creation of high-performance nozzles for a variety of industrial applications, including sandblasting, spray coating and fluid jet cutting.

The Use Of Carbide Nozzle Tungsten Cemented Carbide

Carbide nozzles made of carbide are widely used in various industrial applications due to their excellent hardness, wear resistance and thermal stability. These nozzles are commonly used in sand blasting equipment, water jet cutting machines and spray coating systems. The properties of carbide make it an excellent choice for this type of application:

Sandblasting: Carbide nozzles are used in the sandblasting process to push an abrasive media (such as sand or grit) against a surface at high speed for the purpose of cleaning, surface preparation, or etching. Carbide's hardness and wear resistance ensure a long service life for nozzles in harsh and abrasive environments. Waterjet Cutting: In a waterjet cutting system, a carbide nozzle is used to focus a high-pressure water stream mixed with abrasive particles to accurately cut a variety of materials, including metal, stone, glass and composites. The ability of carbide to withstand the erosive forces of an abrasive-laden water jet is critical to maintaining the integrity of the nozzle. Spraying: Carbide nozzles are also used in spraying applications where they atomize or disperse liquid coatings, paints or adhesives onto a surface with high precision. Carbide’s wear resistance and thermal stability ensure consistent and reliable performance of these coating processes, even when working with abrasive or highly viscous materials.

Overall, using carbide nozzles made from carbide can increase productivity, improve process efficiency and reduce maintenance downtime in a variety of industrial tasks involving high-speed material handling or precision fluid dispersion.


Product Name Carbide Nozzle Tungsten Cemented Carbide
Material W
Specification Customized
Surface Black skin, alkali washed, polished.
Technique Sintering process, machining 
Meltng point 3400℃
Density 19.3g/cm3

Feel Free to Contact Us!


WhatsApp: +86 15138745597

  • Previous:
  • Next:

  • Write your message here and send it to us