WORLD CLASS LEADING TUNGSTEN FISHING SINKERS SUPPLIER
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10Kg|
|Packaging Details:||standard exported packing|
|Delivery Time:||25~35 days|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, MoneyGram, T/T|
Tungsten alloy cylinder is small in volume and very dense, which means it can be used in all fields that are using small but heavy parts. Tungsten heavy alloy tip can be used as an extremely precise counterweight for race cars, boats, yachts; sailboats, airplanes, helicopters, rockets, tanks, Precision instrument fields can also benefit from our tungsten heavy alloy tips. It is also largely used in mobile phone vibrators, clock cubes, self-winding watches, anti-vibration toll holders, flywheel weights, etc
Tungsten alloy tips can be used as vibrators for clocks or mobile phones. When a mobile phone or clock vibrates, there is an eccentric motion, which is caused by an eccentric motor connected to vibrating components. As the center of gravity is eccentric and is not in the rotor of the motor, the mobile phone or clock vibrates. In this case, a component with good wear resistance and high specific gravity is required.
Space to place counterweight can be very limited. Tungsten alloy, with its density between 16.5/ cm 3 and 18.5/cm3 seems to be a perfect solution. 50 percent higher density than lead and much higher than steel, makes it an ideal material for counterweight. Tungsten alloy tips provided by Jiuding Technology can prolong counterweight's life because of its wear resistance. In addition, tungsten heavy alloy tips are an environmentally friendly and non-toxic alternative. Tungsten alloy can be easily machined into almost any shape and has good corrosion resistance. Tungsten alloy tips are incorporated into the pitch control system of many propeller designs as a fail-safe device to prevent overspeeding. What is more, tungsten heavy alloy tip is incorporated into rotating flywheels of gyroscopic controls to store kinetic energy. Tungsten alloy tips are used to adjust the center of gravity of the triangle and the frequency of oscillation in laser beams.
Contact Person: Mr. Andy Zeng