Chemical Name: Titanium carbide + Chromium - Molybdenum- Carbon- Iron Alloy, & Titanium metal matrix composite
Chemical Formula: TiC + Cr/Mo/C/Fe
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Ferritan Alloys General Description:
A machineable and hardenable alloy/steel bonded titanium carbide. The ultra-hard, rounded titanium carbide grains are uniformly distributed throughout a hardenable steel alloy matrix. Fabrication in the annealed state is accomplished with ordinary tools and equipment, followed by conventional heat treatment to obtain maximum hardness.
Medium alloy tool steel, high chrome tool steel, hot work tool steel, impact resistant tool steel, martensitic stainless, maraging steel, age hardenable martensitic SS, age hardenable nickel base and age hardenable nickel-iron
Ferritan Alloys Metallic Powder Mixture:
TiC + Cr + Mo + Fe (Carbonyl)
Major Advantages of Ferritan:
a) A high level of hardness : The titanium carbide used to manufacture Ferritan is the hardest industrial material after diamond and boron nitride.
b) Resistance to extreme conditions: Due to its structure and its advanced mechanical characteristics, Ferritan can meet all your expectations in terms of resistance to wear, abrasion, corrosion and temperatures.
c) Lifespan : The production output that can be achieved using a Ferritan tool between sharpening it is 10 to 30 times higher than for a conventional steel tool.
d) Machinability :
Ferritan can be machined in an annealed state using any conventional method (turning, milling, sawing, grinding, drilling, tapping, etc.). A suitable heat treatment enables the desired characteristics to be obtained.
e) Dimensional stability :
When undergoing hardening heat treatment, Ferritan experiences practically no change in its dimensions.