High Temperature Tungsten wire ropes for monocrystalline silicon furnaces pulling system
Tungsten wire ropes also is called tungsten wire or tungsten cable in some countries.
Tungsten melting point is 3422 ℃, tungsten wire rope can be high temperature resistant.
Tungsten wire rope finds common application in monocrystalline silicon furnaces. These furnaces are used in the production of monocrystalline silicon ingots, which are then further processed to make solar cells.
Tungsten wire rope is used in these furnaces as a support and suspension system for the silicon crystal growth process. The high melting point and excellent mechanical properties of tungsten make it an ideal material for this purpose.
In the furnace, the tungsten wire rope is typically used to suspend and lower the silicon seed crystal into the molten silicon melt. As the crystal grows in size, the wire rope ensures that it maintains proper alignment and stability throughout the process.
The use of tungsten wire rope in monocrystalline silicon furnaces offers several advantages. Firstly, tungsten has a very high melting point, which allows it to withstand the extreme temperatures inside the furnace without deformation or failure. Additionally, tungsten has excellent chemical resistance, ensuring its durability in corrosive environments.
Moreover, tungsten's low coefficient of thermal expansion helps maintain the stability and integrity of the crystal growth process, minimizing any potential distortions or defects in the silicon ingot.
Overall, tungsten wire rope plays a crucial role in supporting the growth of high-quality monocrystalline silicon ingots in furnaces, helping to ensure the efficient and consistent production of solar cells.