CB0026 Tantalum Carbide Powder, TaC Powder
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Tantalum carbide is a brown, hard refractory ceramic material. TaC powder is hard, brittle, and has a high thermal and electrical conductivity. It is processed using sintering and improves oxidation resistance, hot-hardness, and temperature strength in steel processing. Our tantalum carbide powder is supplied in minimal grain sizes and is frequently used in deposition and evaporation processes and in applications where high surface areas are desired.
Tantalum carbides (TaC) is used to increase the performance of hard metal cutting tools that are very important due to their use in growth markets such as the automobile and aerospace industries. Tantalum niobium carbides make great contributions toward improvements in oxidation resistance, hot-hardness and high temperature strength as well as resistance to crater wear in steel processing. Thanks to their thermal conductivity, they also increase resistance to thermal cracking, which can occur due to thermal shock effects during milling, for example.
Particle size: 0.5um to 2um.
The chemical composition and the particle size can be customized as your requirements.
Tantalum carbide powder is used in the following applications:
• Used as tool bits for cutting applications in automobile and aerospace industries.
• Used as a tungsten carbide alloy.
• Used to prevent thermal shock effects during milling due to its ability to increase resistance to thermal cracking.
Our tantalum carbide powder is carefully handled to prevent damage during storage and transportation and to preserve the quality of our product in its original condition.
Material Safety Data Sheet for your reference