Wear resistance is the outstanding feature of the cutting edge material M42. Their decisive factors are the carbide sizes and their composition. The extremely hard special carbides are embedded in a temperature-resistant martensitic matrix. Due to our technically fully developed heat treatment process the optimal microstructure for your purposes can be achieved.
M51 Bimetal Bandsaw Blades
Sharp cutting edges and highest wear resistance, that's what high strength austenitic steels and exotic alloys demand from bandsaw blades. Wikus is able to meet this task with its HSS-M51. The high tungsten and carbon content increases the number of carbides and also the resistance against abrasive wear. Additionally, due to the high cobalt content the resistance of the microstructure against thermal wear is improved.
X3000 Wikus Bandsaw Blades
The new generation of Wikus cutting edge materials considerably increases the blade life of our bimetal bandsaw blades GIGANT and VECTOR. Practice tests demonstrated huge advantages when cutting materials that are difficult to cut, rust- and acid-resistant materials as well as nickel-base alloys (such as Inconel, Hastelloy, Nimonic). Highly wear-resistant cutting edge.
WIKUS BAND SAW BLADES WELDED-TO-LENGTH FOR MOST MANUFACTURED BAND SAW MACHINE TYPES; AMADA™,BAUER™,BEHRINGER™,COSEN™,DAITO™, DELTA™,DOALL™,EISELE™,EVERISING™,FMB™,FORTE™, HEM SAW™,HESKA™,HYDMECH™,JAESPA™,KALTENBACH™, KMT™,KASTO™,MARVEL™,MEBA™,MEP™,MEGA™,PEDRAZZOLI™, SCOTCHMAN™,SPARTAN™,THOMAS™,TRENNJAGER™,UZAY™,WAGNER™,ETC.
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