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TiN

Titannitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,4 and a max. coating hardness of 2.600 HV. The low thermal conductivity effects a very good thermal insulation that increases the possible cutting speed. TiN coating is a all-round coating that has a big rang of applications. However it shouldn’t be used for cutting brass, bronze, copper or austenitic stainless steel.

TiCN

Titancarbonitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.000 HV. Using a lot of cooling lubricant and the high wear resistance from TiCN let this coating be perfect for cutting stainless steel.

TiAlN

Titanaluminiumnitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,4 and a max. coating hardness of 3.000 HV. The low thermal conductivity effects a very good thermal insulation that increases the possible cutting speed. Besides that the TiAlN coating reduces the need of cooling lubricant. Typical applications are high-alloyed steel or cast iron.

CrN

Chromnitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,35 and a max. coating hardness of 2.600 HV. The high coating toughness reduces microscopic cracks in the Surface. Typical applications are plastic and non-ferrous metal such as copper and titan.

Black Fire

Black Fire

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.200 HV. The Black Fire coating is a further development of the TiAlN coating that allows cutting hardened and tempered steel or stainless steel.

Red Fire

Red Fire

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.700 HV. The Red Fire coating is a further development that allows cutting hardened and tempered steel or high-alloyed steel.

TiN - Titannitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,4 and a max. coating hardness of 2.600 HV. The low thermal conductivity effects a very good thermal insulation that increases the possible cutting speed. TiN coating is a all-round coating that has a big rang of applications. However it shouldn’t be used for cutting brass, bronze, copper or austenitic stainless steel.

TiCN - Titancarbonitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.000 HV. Using a lot of cooling lubricant and the high wear resistance from TiCN let this coating be perfect for cutting stainless steel.

TiAlN - Titanaluminiumnitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,4 and a max. coating hardness of 3.000 HV. The low thermal conductivity effects a very good thermal insulation that increases the possible cutting speed. Besides that the TiAlN coating reduces the need of cooling lubricant. Typical applications are high-alloyed steel or cast iron.

CrN - Chromnitrid

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,35 and a max. coating hardness of 2.600 HV. The high coating toughness reduces microscopic cracks in the Surface. Typical applications are plastic and non-ferrous metal such as copper and titan.

Black Fire

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.200 HV. The Black Fire coating is a further development of the TiAlN coating that allows cutting hardened and tempered steel or stainless steel.

Red Fire

The essential characteristics of this PVD coating are a coefficient of friction of 0,3 and a max. coating hardness of 3.700 HV. The Red Fire coating is a further development that allows cutting hardened and tempered steel or high-alloyed steel.

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