Tungsten Alloy In Yacht

Waha~ It is long time no see, everybody! How is everything going with you ?  I am busy working  in my alibaba, and Hanns who is my boss is busy having his yacht training, that sounds so cool and great! And you?

Here, let me talk about yacht.

What is yacht?

A yacht is a recreational boat or ship. The term originated from the Dutch Jacht meaning “hunt”. It was originally defined as a light fast sailing vessel used by the Dutch navy to pursue pirates and other transgressors around and into the shallow waters of the Low Countries. After its selection by Charles II of England as the vessel to carry him to Britain from Holland for his restoration, it came to be used to mean a vessel used to convey important persons.



Tungsten alloy is one important material in yacht. It just like the role in golf club head.


Tungsten Alloy in Yacht

A golf club head comprise one or more balance weights for swing smoothness. The balance weight is selected from a number of balance weights and placed in a weight cavity formed in the golf club head. Tungsten alloy is now widely recognized as the material for this significant role. Correctly applied tungsten alloy weight perfectly balances the club providing better overall control.

Tungsten Alloy

Tungsten Alloy Parts

Tungsten Alloy Part

Tungsten Alloy Parts

Tungsten Alloy Screw For Golf

Because of their unique properties, tungsten alloy screw is well suited for use as weights in variety of sport equipment. Tungsten heavy alloys have a density twice that of steel and weigh seven times more than aluminum.Tungsten alloy inserts allow manufacturers to locate gravity center of the ball in the perfect spot. This process has lead to improved launch, spin and forgiveness. Recent innovations have also increased the usage of tungsten in the sport. Some claim that because tungsten is dense and the center of gravity more centrally located, a tungsten alloy screw will create more spin in golf balls.

Numerous techniques have been used for weighting golf club heads in order to gain better performance. In persimmon wood club heads, weights were attached to the sole in order to lower the center of gravity. The first metal woods had sufficient weight, however, the weight distribution deterred slightly from performance.

The refinement of hollow metal woods with weighting on the sole improved upon the performance of these clubs. We use a tungsten golf screw in the sole of each titanium club head body to vary the weight of the golf club head.

Tungsten Alloys Screws

Tungsten Alloys Screws

Chinatungsten Online offers tungsten alloy counterweights for a variety of applications, including but not limited to various kinds of parts and tungsten alloy screw for golf clubs and weights for both clubs and balls.

Have a good time, dear Hanns!