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Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Product Details:
Place of Origin: Shanghai, China
Brand Name: SH-RareMetal
Certification: ISO9001
Material: W90NiFe,W93NiFe,W97NiFe, 95WNFe
Standard: ASTM B 777
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 5pcs
Price: negotiation
Packaging Details: in polywood case
Delivery Time: within one month
Payment Terms: T/T
Supply Ability: Per customer request
Description

Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Our capability on high density Tungsten Alloy products:

Components: 90WNiFe, 90WNiCu, 93WNiFe (92.5WNiFe), 95WNiFe,95WNiCu, 97WNiFe

Thickness: Min:0.02mm

Width: Max: 600 mm

Length: Max: 2000mm

Standard: ASTM B 777/MIL-T-21014

 

Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Tungsten Leaf for Oncotherapy and Tumor Therapy Multi Leaf Collimator Gamma Ray Shielding

Tungsten has become an essential material for a wide variety of applications. It has the highest melting point

of any metal, and its high density is equaled only by gold, platinum, and a few other rare and expensive metals.

Pure tungsten is quite brittle and difficult to machine. The addition of elements such as nickel, copper and iron,

creates a family of materials with extremely useful properties. These alloys are economically fabricated by

power metallurgy techqiques and are routinely machined by conventional methods.

Mechanical properties add tensile strength, ductility, hardness-compare favorable with common engneering

materials such as steel.

Twice as heavy as steel and more than 50% heavier than lead, tungsten high-density alloys have found wide

acceptance where a concentrated mass is required in a limited space for such applications as counter weights,

radiation shielding, and a large variety of other users.

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