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| Tooling solutions for harsh working conditions such as high hardness, super hardness, wear resistance, impact resistance, ablation resistance, high torque, high transmission, etc

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The industry generally refers to materials with a Vickers hardness HV of 10~40GPa as high-hard materials, generally represented by metal-based or ceramic-based composite materials, such as cemented carbide, silicon carbide, corundum (alumina), etc.; Vickers hardness HV Those larger than 40GPa are called superhard materials, which mainly refer to diamond and cubic boron nitride. Challenging and severe working conditions require materials to meet the conditions of high hardness and wear resistance, as well as harsh requirements such as ultra-high temperature, high strength, impact resistance, high transmission, and large torque. UMM precision manufactures the following three types of materials, which are used in the preparation of special tools, pumps, valves, shafts, etc., against harsh working conditions such as heavy machinery, petrochemical, aerospace, nuclear power equipment, rail transit, ship power, and special equipment. In terms of key structural components such as transmission parts and wear parts, it has unparalleled performance advantages.
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New cemented carbide materials and parts developed based on cermet genetic improvement engineering, including high-temperature alloy CNC cutting tools, high-hard surface and high-wear products, etc.   Surface modification and compound molding of high strength and hard parts   Refractory metal superalloy parts
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High resistance electric heating alloy
High resistance electric heating alloy
The high-temperature strength is higher than that of iron-chromium-aluminum, and it is not easy to deform under high-temperature use. Its structure is not easy to change, its plasticity is better, and it is easy to repair. Disadvantages: Due to the use of rarer nickel metal materials, the price of this series of products is up to several times higher than that of iron, chromium and aluminum, and the use temperature is lower than that of iron, chromium and aluminum.
Corrosion resistant alloy
Corrosion resistant alloy
1. Corrosion resistant alloys have unique corrosion resistance and even high temperature corrosion resistance in many industrial corrosive environments, and have high strength, good plasticity and toughness, and can be smelted, cast, cold and hot deformed, processed and formed and welded. They are widely used In petrochemical, energy, marine, aerospace and other fields.
2. Brands: Hasetlloy c-276, Hasetlloy c-4, Hasetlloy B, Hasetlloy G-3, ALLOY20cb3, Incoloy 800H, Incoloy 825, Inconel600, Inconel690, etc.
Deformation superalloy
Deformation superalloy
1. Deformed superalloy refers to a type of metal material based on iron, nickel, and cobalt that can resist oxidation or corrosion in a high temperature environment above 600 ℃, and can work for a long time under a certain stress.
2. Brands: Hastelloy x, Hastelloy R-135, Nimonic 80A, Nimonic 90, Incoloy901, Incoloy903, Inconel718, Inconel x-750, Udimet500, etc.
Casting superalloy
Casting superalloy
1、Definition: The high-temperature alloy material of the parts directly prepared by the casting method.
2、Type: According to the composition of the matrix, it can be divided into iron-based casting superalloys, nickel-based casting superalloys and drill-based casting superalloys. According to the crystallization method, it can be divided into four types: polycrystalline casting superalloy, directional solidification casting superalloy, directional eutectic casting superalloy and single crystal casting superalloy. Most of the cast superalloys are polycrystalline cast superalloys.
Application: Manufacturing aircraft engine blades, heat-resistant parts of fuel turbines, turbocharger blades, etc.
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