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bout CP Carbide Wear Parts

Tungsten metal has a melting point over 5,000 degrees that is above the temperature when steel would evaporate. The quality of heat resistence makes tungsten metal an excellent wear material. Combinations of tungsten with carbide produce tungsten carbide in this form the metal can be shaped to a consistent form to avoid distortion on impact and retain it's abrasion resistence properties. Frictional mechanical heat is the greatest enemy to long tool and machine life in adverse environments. Engineered wear surfaces has become a product and service of CP Carbide. By using technologies from mining, road construction/destruction, and oil/gas exploration CP Carbide can find the correct wear part design and material for most applications. Some of CP Carbide’s staff's recent patents cover new wear part application and technologies. The use of carbide pellets and carbide grit overlay are process that were developed in conjunction with product targeted for CP Carbide's clients. The geometry, material, and grade choices lend themselves to solving short tool life and long term machine performance. Some wear problems can be solved by field applied wear patches that were first introduced by CP Carbide's staff members. The physical properties of binder composition, grain size and geometric shapes solve wear issues. Other wear problems caused by chemistry and magnetic properties can be solves by consulting staff members of CP Carbide.


seful Information about Wear Parts

CP Carbide has developed concise grade property charts that are easy to consult understand and use. See the link to our current grade properties grade chart. It is best to consult one of CP Carbide’s staff for a precise recommendation for a custom problem you may be having. Choosing the correct grit or pellet combination is more of an art than a science. CP Carbide has years of experience making accurate recommendations to solve client problems with hard facing. The mesh size and grain distribution determine the longevity of wear performance. See the link to mesh size selection. Snow removal requires a metal blade be in constant contact with the ground surface that is highly abrasive. CP Carbide has developed a long list of standard shapes and grades of material to stop the erosion action when the blade strikes the ground.