Ti Coated SAW Grits Diamond

      Using many years' experience of coating abrasive powders HARIS DIVISION offers powders of “SAW Grits” series with titanium (Ti) coating. This coating improves cutting characteristics of tools.

x50

Production Benefits

Film layer of Ti on the surface of synthetic diamond prevents graphitization process at high temperatures of tool sintering, protects diamond from chemical interaction with the components of base matrix during sintering. This also gives a manufacturer more options while choosing the types of bonds and temperature condition of tool production.


X100

Exploitational Benefits

Improved productivity of the cutting process, due to a bigger (up to 30%) exposure of diamond cutting edges over the bond surface. Titanium cover brakes fast deconstruction of diamond. Even fragmented with micro-cracks diamond continues to work until the complete falling out from the base matrix.


x200 MBH 810 Ti 40/45

Economic Factors

Improving of tool cost; Manufacturer can choose cheaper powder, using which with titanium coating will save efficiency of the tool at the same level. Or manufacturer can lower concentration of powder with Ti coating in the tool.



All this factors better productivity of cutting process and increase the efficiency of tools.





Diameter of Saw:           400mm

Cutting depth:                20mm

Peripheral velocity:       30 m/sec

Cutting speed:               600 cm/min

Work material:                medium hard granite

 



 

Table of size availability                    

FEPA

ANSI

MBH K

850 ~ 830

MBH S

850 ~ 820

MBH X

850 ~ 830

D601 30/35   · ·
D602 30/40   · ·
D501 35/40 · · ·
D426 40/45 · · ·
D427 40/50 · · ·
D356 45/50 · · ·
D301 50/60 · · ·
D251 60/70 · ·  
D252 60/80 · ·  
D213 70/80 · ·  
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