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  • Article - 30 May 2019
    Four factors should be considered when selecting a PCD grade, including: chip and abrasion resistance, electro-discharge and grindability characteristics.
  • Article - 29 Nov 2016
    Oil analysis is an important predictive maintenance technology. Reliability or service professionals, whether managing a marine vessel, a locomotive or truck fleet, or fixed assets in an industrial...
  • Article - 12 Nov 2013
    Elemental identification and particle count answer two key questions in oil analysis: how many and where is it coming from. These two measurements are the most critical in any machine condition...
  • Article - 29 Jun 2013
    UDIMET alloys are super alloys that have cobalt or nickel or iron as their base metal. Super alloys are high-performing alloys that are able to withstand high temperatures and mechanical stress.
  • Article - 12 Jun 2013
    Alloy steel is steel alloyed with various elements in total amounts between 1 and 50% by weight to improve its mechanical properties including wear resistance, toughness, hardness and strength.
  • Article - 10 Jun 2013
    Carbon steels are a category of steels with 0.12 to 2% carbon content. AISI 1045 is a medium carbon steel designed to be able to function in areas requiring greater strength and hardness.
  • Article - 5 Jun 2013
    Water-hardening tool steels are also known as group W steels. This group consists of three types, namely, W1, W2, and W3. The main alloying element found in group W steels is carbon.
  • Article - 30 May 2013
    Copper, in combination with other metals, is characterized by its potential to form alloys that modify its color and improve its workability, durability and corrosion and wear resistance. The most...
  • Article - 29 May 2013
    The unique combination of physical and mechanical properties of copper beryllium casting alloys provides a wide range of metallurgical alternatives that meet specific performance requirements for...
  • Article - 29 May 2013
    The copper family has around 400 different alloys. Copper is known to possess high thermal and electrical conductivity. Compared to most metals, copper can freely form alloys with several other...