We have boosted our Scarfing range with a major expansion. The full programme is featured in a new publication along with useful technical information on the scarfing process and its uses.
Scarfing is a specific metallurgical technique using indexable cutting tools to clean excess weld, both internally and externally, in the tube production process.
Welded steel tubes are used in the construction sector for water and gas distribution, as well as in the automotive industry for use as exhaust pipes, for example. Most materials used for tube making are carbon steel, corrosion-resistant steel and heat-resistant materials.
Dormer Pramet has developed a strong base of tools for scarfing and in 2014 increased sales significantly worldwide.
Tomasz Cymorek, International Application Engineer – Metallurgy at Dormer Pramet, said: “Our key advantage is that we can offer a wide assortment of products with high reliability.
The introductions include 89 new products using our latest T9335 grade, which has been designed for machining steel and stainless steel, even under very unfavourable machining conditions.
It consists of stable and highly reliable substrates with abrasion resistant coatings, offering excellent tool life.”
Provided under the Pramet brand, various types of inserts SNMX 251224-Rxx (11 types), SNMA 250924-Rxx (3 types), SNMX 15 (1 type), SNMX 19 (5 types) and types of rings PSR (6 types) have also been added to the range.
All inserts and grades are detailed in the new Scarfing catalogue, which is available to download by clicking here. The catalogue is available in English and Czech.
For more information contact your local Dormer Pramet sales office.
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