Tungsten Pin Uses in Medicine and Bead Milling

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Tungsten is a chemical element with the symbol W and atomic number 74. It is a rare metal that is often used to make tools and other hard goods because of its strength, density, and low cost. Tungsten is also used in many high-performance alloys. In addition, tungsten is used in the filaments of tungsten-halogen lamps because it has a very high melting point, which makes it easier to form a long, thin, and continuous filament.

In a recent study, researchers found that tungsten pins used in prefilled syringe production can contribute to protein aggregation. During the production of a syringe, a tungsten pin is pressed against glass tubes to form an inner cone shape. This contact can lead to the formation of tungsten oxides on the inside of the syringe, which may interact with proteins in the liquid medicine contained within. This interaction can alter the performance of the syringe, reducing its accuracy or safety.

The tungsten pins used in bead mills are extremely hard and can withstand high-stress milling applications. They are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, making them versatile and adaptable to different milling needs. Using these pins in bead mills can improve milling results and efficiency.

tungsten pins are an excellent tool for farriers to use for increasing traction on blacktop, concrete or rocky terrain. They are easy to apply, and only require a small drill bit (the fp brand works with a 4.5mm bit). The 100% tungsten material is tough, durable, and can provide significant traction for horses.