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General Carbide Application Profiled in August 2010 Issue of Canadian Forest Industries Magazine

Greensburg, PA, - General Carbide Corporation, a manufacturer of tungsten carbide tooling for a variety of industrial applications, was the subject of an item in the August 2010 issue of Canadian Forest Industries magazine. Text of the article, titled Tough Tip: A team effort results in the development of a sustainable carbide saw chain tip for use in harsh environments," follows. When Indigo...

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Wear Protection Systems reduce noise and damage.
Container Liners

Wear Protection Systems reduce noise and damage.

Used in areas prone to combined abrasion and impact, KERAFLEX systems feature ALRESIST® high alumina ceramics or KALMETALL®W hard overlay welding plates vulcanized to steel base. Standard panels come in sizes up to 20 in.Â-² with welded studs or countersunk bolts. ALRESIST-based KERAFLEX-KRM offers ½ or 1 in. tile thickness, while KERAFLEX-WRM consists of KALMETALL-W hard...

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Put Some Teeth Into It: Recycling Tough-to-Crush Slabs
Jaws

Put Some Teeth Into It: Recycling Tough-to-Crush Slabs

As proposed repair and improvements in U.S. infrastructure appear more imminent, those industries affected could face an increased demand to make way for the new by recycling the old. Old concrete and asphalt, that is. To help crusher operators determine if they need special jaw profiles for recycling asphalt and concrete, Columbia Steel Product Engineering Manager Steve Dolezal offered these...

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PTFE Material is available in rod, tube, and sheet form.

PTFE Material is available in rod, tube, and sheet form.

JLON(TM) PTFE Stock Shapes provide specific properties for machining bearings, bushings, gaskets, seals, piston rings, and other wear components. Different fillers, including carbon, glass, polymer, bronze, mineral, graphite, and proprietary materials, are used to achieve specific wear properties. Material can be supplied as molded or extruded rod from 1/8-8 in. OD, tube from 3/8-36 in. OD, sheet...

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Wear Parts are reverse engineered for retrofit applications.
Rollers

Wear Parts are reverse engineered for retrofit applications.

Slideways Retrofit Plastic Wear Components can be reverse engineered from existing drawings and custom machined from various types of plastic to duplicate existing parts or provide users with material upgrades. They provide tolerances to ±0.0005 in. and surface finishes to 16 rms, depending on material. Components can be machined from oil-filled nylon, MD-nylon, acetal, glass filled PTFE,...

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Custom-Machined Parts are wear- and washdown-resistant.

Process Equipment Components are custom-made from various types of plastic or aluminum to achieve specific performance requirements in machinery and conveyors. Featuring star wheels, scrapers, sprockets, spacers, brackets, bearings, cams, chain guides, and tracks, wear parts are designed to withstand continuous operation and frequent washdowns. Parts can be machined with ±0.0005 in....

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Carbide Material helps improve wear part performance.
Carbide

Carbide Material helps improve wear part performance.

Suited for use in manufacture of low-impact wear parts, Cerbide(TM) polycrystalline tungsten carbide combines properties of ceramics and cemented tungsten carbide. Product exhibits abrasion and erosion resistance in wet and dry applications and demonstrates corrosion resistance in acids and caustic solutions.

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Carbide Wear Parts are manufactured to specification.

Carbide Wear Parts are manufactured to specification.

Custom manufactured parts that extend life of wear-prone mechanisms can be fabricated from tungsten, boron, and silicon carbides; steels; and cast metals. They offer carbide pads, silver-solder brazed or epoxied at selective wear points, to provide abrasion-resistant surface and can be manufactured in various simple and complex shapes. Parts range in size from 0.010-18 in. long with weights from...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
Sponsored

Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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