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Pass-Through Washer


CBW1212-B washer has a 12 × 12" (305 × 305 mm) washer zone on a chain mesh belt conveyor. The unit is designed for hard-to-clean aftermarket applications but can easily be confi gured to standard manufacturing applications. Belt fl ow speeds are adjustable from 2 to 34 fpm (0.61 to 10.4 m/ min) on a continuous pass-through basis. The cabinet is made of 12-gage steel, and can optionally be made with stainless. The CBW1212-B is heated to 170–180°F (77–82°C) by a natural gas burner. Spray bars arranged


to include eight overhead and eight under the top plane of the belt for maximum coverage. The spray bars also provide side spray for 360° coverage along with two 20-hp (15-kW) reservoir-mounted vertical centrifugal pumps with 260 gpm (8.6 L/m) pump capacity at 110 psi (759 kPa). The pumps do not contain bearings, seals or gaskets to replace. Viking Corp.


Ph: 800-835-1096 Web site: www.vikingcorporation.com


Chipbreakers Designed for rough forging and castings, the new Pramet HR2 chipbreaker features a positive, stable geometry for improved tool life and performance. The single-sided inserts are well-suited for working in steels, cast irons and stainless. The HR2 delivers increased produc- tivity with reliable chip formation and evacuation at high feeds. The NMR chipbreaker is another addition to the range—a double-sided chip


breaker specifi cally designed for stainless steel operations. This new geometry joins the current double-sided range, which includes the NM (medium turning) and NF (fi nishing turning) chipbreakers. Dormer Pramet Ph: 847-783-5700 Web site: www.dormerpramet.com


Wheel Changer United Grinding has introduced a new wheel changer for use on its Walter Helitronic Mini Power grinding machines and Helitronic Dia- mond Evolution two- in-one eroding and grinding systems. The wheel changer accommodates up to six grinding wheel sets or electrodes with maximum dia meters of 150 mm. United Grinding North America Inc. Ph: 937-859-1975 Web site: grinding.com


Thread Mills


Niagara Cutter has introduced a new series of solid-carbide thread mills. The thread mills have a standard AlCrN coat- ing and are also available with optional coatings of TiN, TiCN, TiAIN, AlTiN and CVD- diamond. Niagara UN thread mills are for fl at-bottom holes and large-diameter applica- tions. The standard Niagara TM100UN thread mills have cutting diameters from 0.065 to 0.62" (1.65–16 mm). Also available are the Niagara


TM200NPT thread mill, Niagara TM300NPTF thread mill and Niagara TM400MI thread mill. Niagara Cutter LLC Ph: 248-528-5220 Web site: niagaracutter.com


Steel Milling Insert


GC1130 is an insert that helps to overcome challenging machining conditions with a clean and intact edge, delivering high metal removal rates and performance levels in wet and dry machining operations. The grade is offered as the fi rst choice for shoulder milling centers, CoroMill 390 and CoroMill 490 and chamfer cutter, CoroMill 495. Sandvik Coromant Ph: 800-726-3845 Web site: sandvik.coromant.com


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