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Green leaves provide a wide variety of uncoated, lacquered and painted
PHVD – coated grades. Carbide blade can be in
ANSI standard geometry and multi – purpose crushing
For rough grinding.
Coating – CHVD
H-5022 a common CHVD coating grade for rotation and milling of cast iron at high speed and medium feed rate. Develop to handle medium roughing to complete operation. H-5022 provides high wear resistance and moderate strength mechanical shock.
A high – speed performance grade for rotating and milling cast iron. Gha-5023 has an advanced mt-chvd coating for enzyme wear resistance.
The application range includes coarse iron materials, including gray cast iron, ductile iron, nodular cast iron and other alloy cast iron materials. The high wear and impact resistance of h-5023 is allowed to be processed in high speed and multiple feeds.
H- 5025 high speed steel coated turning, light processing, carbon steel and alloy steel polishing, and selection of stainless steel.
H-5026 is a high-speed development that is used to produce nickel-cobalt alloys, stainless steel and refractory metals. The advanced h-chvd coating has high wear resistance on microparticle substrate. Ga-5026 has special resistance to the tooth groove and deformation of high-strength materials. It is used in high speed and light feed for milling applications.
H-5035 is a high-performance CHVD coating grade for rotating all types of steel and choosing stainless steel.
H-5035 can be used for rough and semi-finishing, which can be used to resist thermal deformation, thermal shock and wear. H-5035 should apply to high speed and a range of feed.
High performance a coating for high performance of milling steel. H-5036 should be used when milling forging and casting steel and selected ductile irons.