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The RÖNTGEN bi-alfa cobalt Bandsaw Blade has a high resistance to wear since a number of superhard special carbides are distributed particularly evenly in the optimum hardened and tempered structure of the tooth tips. Its firm embedding into a temperature stable martensitic environment and the high cobalt content ensure very good thermal resistance to wear. The support band made of alloyed tempering steel with approx. 4 % chromium is the warranty for outstanding fatigue strength under reversed bending stresses.
The RÖNTGEN HM Titanium Bandsaw Blade has a very high resistance to wear and heat in the tooth tips. This allows high cutting capacity for economically efficient separation. The support band made of alloyed tempering steel with approx. 4 % chromium is the warranty for outstanding fatigue strength under reversed bending stresses.
The RÖNTGEN Tool Steel Bandsaw Blade RRR (flexback) is made from a steel strip with pin-point structure (carbide density 30-50 carbide grains per µm²). Hard iron carbides ensure a good resistance to wear at the tooth tips and in the support band.
The RÖNTGEN Grit Bandsaw Blade has a high number of multi-edged carbide grains which can be applied permanently onto a highly flexible support band. These grains, either on a tooth segment or continuously sprayed, form an extremely high number of cutting edges. This ensures a very smooth surface. RÖNTGEN offers various types of carbide graining for different dimensions.