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mobile: 07725 564887


Tungsten Carbide nozzles, valves and bearing components for the Fluid, Slurry and Sewage Industries

The design and manufacture of steel-cased Tungsten Carbide water jet cutting nozzles (focus jets) and spray nozzles is a Hardmet Associates speciality.

Tungsten Carbide nozzles, valves and bearing components for the Fluid, Slurry and Sewage Industries Tungsten Carbide wear and structural components are used in valves, pumps, compressors, metering and other devices for power generating, mines, refineries, drilling rigs and other processing industries.

Requirements for high wear resistance (wet and dry), rigidity, high and low temperature hardness, stability and corrosion resistance are all satisfied by the use of Tungsten Carbide.

The fundamental physical properties of Tungsten Carbide - combined with the professional expertise of Hardmet Associates engineers - enable us to design components with properties unavailable with any other materials.

Highly skilled engineers at Hardmet Associates form the Carbide into unique shape nozzles, which are manufactured to the exact customer specifications.

We produce numerous proven applications for wear resistance against highly abrasive fluids processed at high speed.

Tungsten Carbide nozzles and jets - used for spraying, jetting and other fluid applications - can outlast steel by a factor of over 100 to 1.

What do our customers say?
"Wanted you to know that we received the special metalcutting inserts and they are terrific. Thanks very much for your great help."
Tony Evans, Tooling Specialist
"Have received the tungsten carbide nozzles they look great and your deliveries are excellent, well done!"
Karin Hjort
"The composite hammers you designed and manufactured for us are working well beyond our expectations. Thanks to all at Hardmet Associates Ltd."
Dave Rawnsley
"The pre-brazed tungsten carbide saw tips, produced by Hardmet Associates, are the best we've ever had. They braze extremely well, and saw life has improved significantly."
Simon Woods