Tungsten, an element with symbol W and atomic number 74, has the highest melting point of all known metal. It is characterized by a uniquely low coefficient of thermal expansion and a very high level of dimensional stability.
Many practical applications of tungsten are based on its high melting point and density and its low vapor pressure. Tungsten is an excellent material for high vacuum technology, dimensional stability, glass seals and furnace construction. It is also alloyed with other materials such as nickel, copper and iron to provide high-density machinable materials.
Find out more about tungsten suppliers below.
Plansee is entirely focused on producing, processing and marketing refractory metals such as tungsten, tantalum and molybdenum. They are one of the leading manufacturers of tungsten in the world. The company is headquartered in Austria but has offices in 20 countries around the world.
Ed Fagan is a worldwide supplier of specialty metals and special purpose alloys, including tungsten, based in New Jersey. The Company stocks controlled expansion alloys, electronic nickel, soft magnetic alloys, and refractory metals to meet the on-demand needs of customers in the aerospace/aviation, defense, electronic, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, telecommunication and various high-technology industries.
If you're interested in tungsten powder, contact GTP. The company develops, manufactures and markets refractory metal powders and specialty products such as semi-finished parts for the aerospace and defense industry.
Plansee can serve customers around the world and provides a wide range of tungsten products.
Ed Fagan is a supplier of specialty metals and special purpose alloys based in New Jersey.
Global Tungsten & Powders develops, manufactures and markets refractory metal powders.