Tungsten Carbide is the hardest metal used in ring designs to date. All of the tungsten rings in our collection are guaranteed hypoallergenic and will not cause an allergic reaction to individuals with sensitive skin, Tungsten rings have the highest resistance against scratches compared to the traditional metals. A tungsten ring is so hard, you are no longer required to constantly remove and replace your tungsten rings or tungsten wedding bands in order to protect the finish. Tungsten rings make perfect a perfect set of matching tungsten wedding rings. A tungsten ring is durable enough for every-day abuse and still have a high polish finish years later. Tungsten rings will not bend and should last a lifetime. Tungsten is signified by the letter "W" on the periodic table of elements, it melts at an extraordinary 6,170 degrees Fahrenheit which is the highest melting point of all the metals known to man. Tungsten does not gain its extreme hardness until it is combined with Carbon making (WC) Tungsten Carbide.
Tungsten Pure Form: Atomic number 74; atomic weight 183.84; melting point 6,170°F; boiling point 10,652°F.