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Super Hard Abrasive--Diamond

October 08, 2020

MORESUPERHARD is a professional manufacturer that processes the world's hardest material-diamond into tools. Products (mainly used for drilling, grinding, polishing, cutting, etc.) are used in many fields such as automobiles, electronics, semiconductors, conveying machinery, machinery, bearings, knives, molds, glass, ceramics, civil engineering, mining, stone, construction, etc. Is widely used. We produce comprehensive professional tools for most diamond and CBN (boron nitride) products, such as grinding wheels, dressers, blades, band saw blades,drills, etc.

 Super Hard Abrasive--Diamond   Super Hard Abrasive--Diamond

Diamond is the hardest material on the earth today. Alumina has the longest history in the grinding industry. Its good dressability can greatly increase its life and productivity by one hundred times that of alumina abrasives.

 

 

Characteristic:

application

Mainly for grinding high hardness and non-ferrous materials (such as: cemented carbide, ceramics, etc.)

hardness

KNOOP HARDNESS 7000

Thermal sensitivity

600°C

Reactivity

Ferrous metals

Be applicable:

Grinding polycrystalline blades and cemented carbide, etc.

Grinding of ceramic crystals, non-ferrous materials, etc.

 

TOUGHNESS

TYPE

GRAINRANEN

FEATURE

  high

MDZ

60~400

Highest strength, suitable for poor equipment (metal connecting abrasive tools)

 

MDY

MDP

 

60~12000

60~1000

Neutral stroke, suitable for grinding ceramics, glass, etc. (MDP is used in electric grinding tools)

 low

MD

MDC

BZC

60~12000

60~3000

60~2200

High resistance, suitable for grinding cemented carbide, etc. (MDC is plated)

 

Sand mesh

In addition to the standard, according to the American standard, the grit size ranges from 60 to 325, and the fine powder grade ranges from 400 to 14000. Please refer to the following table.

 

number

60

80

100

120

140

170

200

230

270

375

Sand mesh

60/80

80/100

100/120

120/140

140/170

170/200

200/230

230/270

270/325

325/400

Average (μm)

250

177

149

125

105

88

74

63

50

44


Micronized powder level:

number

400

500

600

800

1000

1200

1400

2200

3000

5000

8000

12000

14000

Average (μm)

40-60

38-54

22-36

20-30

15-25

10-20

10-15

5-10

4-8

3-6

2-4

1-3

0-2

 

 
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