A fine gray metallic powder, this refractory ceramic material cannot be extremely hard and chemically stable. It is ideal for high-temperature applications because of its high melting point and other versatile thermal properties. It is frequently used in combination with other carbides as an additive. Vanadium Carbide powder maintains a cubic crystal structure and possibly the hardest known metal-carbide, ranging from 9 to 9.5 Mohs.
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• Coatings: Like many carbide powders, Vanadium Carbide powder is frequently used to produce extremely hard coatings for high-stress applications. Appropriately treated, a material coated with Vanadium Carbide is up to twice as hard as one with a cemented carbide coating.
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