Tungsten is five times harder than steel. Tungsten rings and jewelry will hold their shape for a lifetime. Tungsten is a heavy metal and it will not bend or warp and retain its polished look.
Facts: Tungsten comes from a Swedish term meaning "heavy stone." Tungsten's chemical symbol “W” comes from its earlier name, wolfram. Wolfram comes from the mineral wolframite, in which it was discovered. Wolframite means "the devourer of tin" since the mineral interferes with the smelting of tin. Tungsten has the highest melting point of all metals at an astounding 6,191.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Tungsten is rated at about a 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness. A diamond, which is the hardest substance on earth, is rated at a 10. Tungsten carbide is about 2 or 3 times harder than titanium and cobalt chrome. Tungsten carbide wedding bands are the top selling metal for men’s wedding bands in America today.
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