Powder metallurgy structural parts are very common in the fields of automobiles, motorcycles and mechanical equipment. Even notebook accessories have pinions. It can be seen that powder metallurgy technology has penetrated into many aspects of our lives and brought great convenience to our lives. So what are the raw materials used to produce powder metallurgy structural parts?
1. Powder metallurgy high temperature materials
Powder metallurgy superalloys, refractory metals and alloys, cermets, Custom Flexible Jaw Coupling dispersion-strengthened and fiber-reinforced materials, etc. Used in the manufacture of turbine discs, nozzles, blades and other high temperature resistant parts.
2. Powder metallurgy electrical materials
Among electrical materials and electrical materials, there are powder metallurgy materials made of precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum, and powder metallurgy materials made of tungsten, nickel, iron, tungsten carbide and graphite with silver and copper as the matrix. Tungsten copper, tungsten nickel copper and other powder metallurgy materials. Used as electrodes; metal-graphite powder metallurgy materials are used as brushes; powder metallurgy materials such as molybdenum, tantalum and tungsten are used as electric heating alloys and thermocouples.
3. Powder metallurgy mold materials
Including cemented carbide, powder metallurgy high-speed steel, etc. The latter has uniform structure, fine grains, no segregation, better toughness and wear resistance than fused-cast high-speed steel, small heat treatment deformation, and long service life. It can be used to make blanks for cutting tools, molds and parts.
The above is the introduction of the raw materials used in the production of powder metallurgy. Each material has different characteristics and different applicable fields. For example, the automotive industry needs alloy steel and other wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and long-life gear materials.