Absolutely not! Carbide is a composite of carbide particles and bonded metals that provides a very hard, long worn material for belt cleaning blades. There are several ways to change the mixture. Some low-cost carbides may also have lower wear resistance, which results in a shorter blade life, which means more downtime is spent on maintenance and cleaning and replacing the tip. Others have poor impact resistance and may chip out another way to cause potential damage zones. In addition, due to poor quality production processes, many tungsten blades tips will be weakened due to voids or binder pools. Ultimately, the cheap price of carbide is not always a bargain, and high-end carbide blades are really worth the investment.
As a tungsten carbide blade manufacturer, we supply a variety of tungsten carbide blades: granular blades, shredder blades, paper cutters, and round blades. If you need additional tungsten carbide blades or knives, please contact us to discuss your requirements.