Since the titanium carbide grain has a low friction coefficient and good self-lubricity, the working portion of the guide roller is less worn, and the production can be greatly increased.
The guide roller is light in weight, less than half the weight of the tungsten carbide cemented carbide, so the guide roller accelerates from standstill to 30,000 rpm without damaging the bearing.
The thermal expansion coefficient of titanium carbide is close to that of the bearing steel and the bearing will not get stuck during the quenching process. The thermal expansion coefficients of titanium carbide cemented carbide and tungsten carbide hard alloy are very different from those of steel. Therefore, the steel-bonded cemented carbide guide roller is more suitable for bearing anti-seize ability than the other two kinds of cemented carbide guide rollers.
The microstructure of titanium carbide guide roller is titanium carbide and high chromium tool steel, which enables it has good thermal fatigue resistance.
Anti-oxidation, less magnetic, non-stick steel.
Annealing hardness is only HRC48, and easy to process. After quenching, it can be processed into finished products with only a bit of fine grind, and the processing costs will much lower. This is also one of the main reasons why titanium carbide steel-bonded carbide guide rolls are superior to titanium carbide guide rolls.
Hardness HRC68-70, good wear resistance. The service life is 8-10 times that of high speed steel.
Fully dense, and there is almost no pores, so it will not break easily and can be used repeatedly.
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