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Ferro Alloy Powder

H.C.FeCr powder



Cr 65min

C 8-10

S 0.05max

P 0.05max


60 mesh

80 mesh

100 mesh

sUsed for powder metallurgy parts alloy to improve the powder metallurgy products, the wear resistance and hardness.

sUsed for iron-based products additives to improve the wear resistance of iron-based products and improve the hardness to make the iron-based products has good heat resistance.

sUsed for diamond tools alloy tire body additives, improve the service of diamond tools.

L.C.FeCr powder



Cr 65-75

C 0.06max

S 0.03max

P 0.05max


60 mesh

80 mesh

100 mesh

sMainly used in welding materials industry, powder metallurgy industry and smelting casting industry.

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Q:What are the cemented carbides?
Tungsten cobalt carbideWC cutterThe main ingredients are tungsten carbide (WC) and binder cobalt (Co).The brand is from "YG" ("hard cobalt" Pinyin prefix) composition and percentage of average amount of cobalt.For example, YG8, a tungsten cobalt carbide represented by an average WCo=8% and the remainder of tungsten carbide.
Q:There are three kinds of cemented carbides, of which tungsten, cobalt and titanium are brittle cemented carbides?
[classification of cemented carbide] ISO carbide carbide cutting into 3 categories: P, K and M.1, P class (equivalent to China's YT class) cemented carbide by WC, TiC, and Co composition, also known as tungsten titanium cobalt carbide. This kind of alloy is mainly used for processing steel materials. Common brands are YT5 (mass fraction of TiC is 5%), YT15 (mass fraction of TiC is 15%), with the mass fraction of TiC increased, the mass fraction of cobalt decreased, hardness and wear resistance increased, bending strength decreased. This kind of hard alloy is not suitable for processing stainless steel and titanium alloy.2, K class (equivalent to China's YG class), carbide composed of WC and Co, also known as tungsten cobalt carbide. These alloys are mainly used to process cast iron, nonferrous metals and their alloys. The common grades are TG6 (cobalt mass fraction 6%) and YG8 (cobalt mass fraction 8%). As the mass fraction of cobalt increases, the hardness and wear resistance decrease, and the flexural strength and toughness increase.3, M class (equivalent to China's YW class), carbide is based on WC, TiC, Co, and then added TaC (or NbC) and into. After the addition of TaC (or NbC), the comprehensive properties of cemented carbide were improved. Such cemented carbide can be used for both cast iron and non-ferrous metals, as well as for steel and for high temperature machining
Q:Can ceramic tools process cemented carbides?
Specific to the needs of carbide processing brand to determine,Cemented carbide, such as tungsten carbide, can be machined with a CBN toolReference: "CBN tools for processing hard alloy material, Valin super hard"
Q:What about cemented carbide produced in Zhuzhou? What brand is good?
Is good at home, as for the brand well of course is diamond, refined into a brand is also good, there are fine into hard alloy sales company, previously entered a large red facade, product is very much, the Diamond Road No. 24-5, hope to help to you.
Q:How are hard alloy fittings machined and polished?
Cutting tools or ceramic cutting tools for cubic boron nitride material, cobalt alloy cutting tools, etc.,Diamond grinding materials for polishing.
Q:What are the differences between the two grades of carbide, YT15 and YT5?
YT15 is compared to YT5. The former has high hardness, great brittleness and good wear resistance. The latter is low in hardness, tough in toughness and poor in wear resistance.
Q:I would like to ask, carbide processing, cutting what cutting fluid is better, useful trouble recommended, thank you!
An alloy material made from powder metallurgy by hard metals and bonded metals of refractory metals. Cemented carbide has a series of excellent properties such as high hardness, wear resistance, strength and toughness, heat resistance and corrosion resistance, especially its high hardness and wear resistance.
Q:Carbide cutters can work on materials of higher hardness
YG3A, Y6A, Y726, etc. can be processed more than HRC60 hardness hardness of the material.
Q:How are cemented carbides separated from the cutting tools?
Tools are usually brazed by high-frequency induction:The blade part on the induction coil, through high frequency alternating current induction electromagnetic field, the induced electromotive force generated in the workpiece surface coupling, forming eddy current on the metal surface by eddy current heat generated in the metal surface, the welding parts usually coated with solder powder, welding can be reached until the melting temperature of workpiece. Take off the blade, too.
Q:Carbide yk20? What do you mean?
Cemented carbides YK20, Y represent alloy categories - tungsten cobalt, K20 represents cobalt contentDensity g/cm3:14.30-14.60;The hardness of HRA is more than or equal to 86.5;The shear strength is greater than or equal to N/mm2:2350,Performance and usage: with high toughness and wear resistance, suitable for embedding percussive rotary drilling bit, drilling in hard and tight hard rock.

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