It is its extremely high resistance and high thermal load capacity that make tungsten one of the most popular materials for industry and technology. The melting point of the metal is 3,244 °C – these are ideal properties for components made of tungsten sheets. We at Litty are your strong partner for refractory metals. Looking for tungsten sheets or sheets made of tungsten alloys? We’re happy to respond to your requests quickly and flexibly!
Purchase quality tungsten sheets from Litty
Our tungsten sheets are available as semi-finished products, near-net-shape or as finished parts. When providing semi-finished products, we are not bound by the usual standard dimensions. We are available to advise you as early as the project-planning stage. Together, we define which dimensions are cost-saving for your company. Our advice keeps wear and tear and thus your product costs as low as possible. We are your reliable partner for custom-made products!
Use of tungsten sheets
Industries that rely on the use of tungsten sheets. An overview:
- Medical technology
- Aerospace industry
- Automotive engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Radiation protection
- Jewellery manufacture
- Chemical industry
- Solar industry
Use of tungsten sheets
Tungsten sheets can be found in almost all technical and industrial fields as well as in the medical sector.
- Surgical instruments
- Implants and hip prostheses
- Production of catalytic converters
- Vessels and reaction vessels
- Heat exchangers
- Components in power plants
- Solar thermal collectors
You have your own personal contact person from quotation to delivery, as well as for follow-up enquiries.
In good time
We’re fast – both in preparing quotes, providing advice and in terms of delivery. You will receive your quotation within 48 hours.
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We’ve been meeting high quality standards for 30 years. High performance is our maxim The best customer service is our passion.
Tungsten has the highest melting point (3,244 °C) of all metals. At temperatures between 1,000 and 1,600°C, the semi-finished products obtain their basic shape by means of forging, round hammering or rolling. Workpieces with very low tolerances can be manufactured by a subsequent surface grinding operation.