Tungsten alloy is generally used by aerospace designers for balancing components or reducing vibration. Tungsten alloy aircraft with high density allows maximum sensitivity from optimum mass and is particularly valuable in situations where a large mass has to be contained in a confined space.
Used to achieve final balance in an individual component, assembly or complete aircraft.
Used to reduce any tendency to flutter in wings and other components.
Flight control surfaces
Tungsten alloy aircraft components such as ailerons, flaps, rudders and elevators are fitted with counterweights to optimize their performance.
Weights have been used to deaden vibration in applications such as the pilot's stick and in riveting tooling. The same principle is used to increase passenger comfort by reducing vibration within the body of the aircraft - this is particularly valuable in turboprops and helicopters.
Helicopter rotor blades require both static and dynamic balancing.
Counterweights are designed into a propeller fail-safe system to prevent overspeeding
Rotating parts in gyroscopic controls are often made from material because of its high angular momentum. These applications are typically found in avionics and missiles.
These weights are frequently used in development or prototype work to simulate the weight of equipment or passengers during test flights.
Balls: φ 2mm above
Shafts: (φ2mm above)×（ ength max.600mm)
Sheets: (Thickness 0.15mm above) ×(Wideness max.200mm)×(Length max.500mm)
Square, round and rectangle sizes: diameter 550mm above
According the demanding.