High specific gravity tungsten alloy has excellent shielding performance in addition to the characteristics of non-radioactivity, high density, high strength, high hardness and good chemical stability, and is widely used in collimators, syringes, shielding shields, shielding funnels, shielding cans, shielding blankets, flaw detectors, multi-leaf gratings and other shielding products.
Compared to lead shielding materials, tungsten alloys are more suitable to be selected for shielding walls.
Tungsten alloy has the advantages of high density, good machinability, good corrosion resistance, high radiation absorption capacity and high strength. Widely used in aerospace, automotive industry and radiation shielding and other fields.
Compared with traditional iron, lead, cement and other shielding materials, the overall performance of tungsten alloy shields is superior. For example, under the same thickness and working environment, the shielding effect and service life of tungsten alloy shielding materials are better
Nuclear batteries are also called "radioisotope batteries", or isotope batteries for short. It uses semiconductor transducers to convert the heat energy continuously released by radioisotopes in the decay process into electrical energy.
Tungsten alloys are widely used as shields in industry, nuclear energy, and medical fields. Due to its high density and large atomic number, tungsten alloy is the best material for shielding, which can shield gamma rays and X-rays.