Non-magnetic tungsten carbide alloy

Non-magnetic alloys are carbide materials that are not magnetic or weakly magnetic. As the moulds for the production of magnetic materials require the use of non-magnetic materials, non-magnetic steel has been used in the past, which has poor mould performance, low hardness, short service life, and after a period of time, the inner wall of the mould is severely stretched and deformed, which affects the dimensional accuracy and surface quality of magnetic materials. Nowadays, the use of non-magnetic carbide, with its excellent performance instead of non-magnetic steel can increase the efficiency exponentially.


Non-magnetic alloy grade information

Grade

Ni%

Grain size

Density g/cm³

Hardness HRA

bending strength        

N/mm²

Recommended Uses

YN7

7

Medium grain

14.5~14.9

90

1500

Non-magnetic alloy, often used as sealing rings and non-permeable wear parts

YN9

9

Medium grain

14.1~14.6

88.5

1650

YN13

13

Medium grain

14~14.4

87

2250

Non-magnetic alloy, commonly used for round magnetic forming moulds

YN15

15

Medium grain

13.8~14.2

86

2300

YN18

18

Medium grain

13.6~14

84

2600

Non-magnetic alloy, commonly used for round magnetic forming moulds

YN20

20

Medium grain

13.4~13.8

82

2500

YN25

25

Medium grain

12.6~13.2

79

2400

Non-magnetic alloy,commonly used for magnetic fields or punches for forming dies





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