SAW GRIT SYNTHETIC

CERAGRIT - Saw grit synthetic

 

For sintering temperatures up to 1.000 ° C and higher

Our synthetic diamonds are of consistent quality, so that we can meet all the requirements of the tool application.

  • Crystals: Almost all are perfect cubic-oriented octahedron rarely with inclusions, very heat-resistant (also in the sintering process); very intense yellow color
  • Toughness: very high
  • Application: same like CNF 3090, but only in extreme use
  • Crystals: Very regularly formed, hardly inclusions, no cube shapes; very heat resistant and of very high impact resistance
  • Toughness: very high
  • Application: sawing of hard concrete with or without reinforcement and a high rate of most abrasive aggregates. Asphalt, granite with large diameter blades, core drilling of reinforced hard concrete, wall sawing
  • Crystals: strong uniform shape, sometimes not fully developed, very clear in color, small inclusions
  • Application: core drilling, sawing of concrete materials in wall and wire saws, granite

     
        • Thermal load: lower than CNF 3090
        • Crystals: still of uniform structure, partly fully formed
        • Resistance: high
        • Application: natural stone industry (e.g. marble), generally suitable at low mechanical loads and in grinding wheels with medium load
        • Crystals: relatively regular in shape
        • Toughness: medium
        • Application: grinding wheels/saws at lower loads

        • Natural stones (marble), hand held tools for professional use, free-cutting inserts (e.g. socket core drill in concrete)
        • Crystals: irregular shape
        • Toughness: medium, reduced after high temperature exposure
        • Application: grinding/polishing of granite and marble, in free-cutting socket core drills in concrete, DIY range
        • Crystals: irregular structure, medium toughness, sharp and free-cutting
        • Toughness: little less than CNF 3050, reduced after high temperature exposure
        • Application: low load machining in hand held tools (e.g. floor grinding), DIY range
        • Crystals: irregular, open surface
        • Toughness: low
        • Application: for low load processing (e.g. floor grinding)
        • Crystals: irregular, splintery, mostly irregular open surface
        • Toughness: low, between CNF 3010 and 3030
        • Application: for low load processing (e.g. floor grinding)
        • Crystals: extremely splintery, only irregular open surface
        • Toughness: very low
        • Application: only for very slight processing

        Grit sizes

        Grit sizes

        CNF 3100CNF 3090CNF 3080CNF 3070CNF 3060CNF 3050CNF 3040CNF 3030CNF 3020CNF 3010
        MeshFEPA
        16/18D 1181XXXX  X  X
        16/20D 1182XXXX  X  X
        18/20D 1001XXXX  X  X
        20/25D 851XXXX  XXXX
        20/30D 852XXXX  XXXX
        25/30D 711XXXX  XXXX
        30/35D 601XXXXXXXXXX
        30/40D 602XXXXXXXXXX
        35/40D 501XXXXXXXXXX
        35/45-XXXXXXXXXX
        40/45D 426XXXXXXXXXX
        40/50D 427XXXXXXXXXX
        45/50D 356XXXXXXXXXX
        45/60D 357 XXXXXXXXX
        50/60D 301XXXXXXXXX
        60/70D 251XXXXXXXXX
        60/80D 252XXXXXXXXX
        70/80D 213XXXXXXXXX

        Available coatings

        Coatings support the thermal conductivity, extend the life of the tools and improve the process properties of the workpiece.

        Chrome Cr 0,5 - 1,5 %

        Chrome has good wetting properties and affinity to diamonds. The retention can be improved with Cr3C2, which is released during the sintering process. It is used in metal bond systems.

        Copper Cu 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The copper coating can improve the retention of the diamond, expand the heat distribution and extends the lifetime of the tools. The coating is suitable for soft bonds.

        Cobalt Co 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The cobalt coating improves the retention of the diamond. Furthermore the cobalt increases the oxidation temperature of the diamond which increases the sintering temperature.

        Nickel Ni 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The surface of this kind of coating is smooth. The lifetime of the tools can be extended due to the extreme retention between the nickel layer and the surrounding bond. The coating can protect the diamond from erosion and at the same time expands the area of action of the diamond grit. This way the energy consumption is reduced and the cutting ability is increased.

        Chemical Nickel CNi 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        Due to the very rough structure of the coating the specific surface is enlarged. The retention between diamond and bond, as well as the lifetime are improved. The energy consumption is reduced.

        Nickel Spikey TiNiS 56 %, 70 %

        The coating increases the specific surface and the retention between matrix and diamond. This extends the lifetime of the tool and improves the sharpness. Predominantly used in soft bond at reduced sintering temperatures.

        Silicon Si 1,5 - 3 %

        Silicon coatings increase the thermal resilience, the wear resistance and prevent the ability to disintegrate iron. Moreover the chemical coating improves the retention between the bond and the diamond.

        Titanium Ti  0,1 - 1 %

        The bubble free titanium coating prevents the erosion of iron, chrome and tungsten, at high temperatures, during the tool production. It improves the preservation of the bond and the diamond and therefore prevents the bursting of the grit and extends the lifetime of the tool.

        Titanium Carbide TiC 1,0 - 2 %

        The use of the titanium carbide coated grit is similar to the titanium one. The coating level for titanium carbide is higher thus the contact area for sintering increases.

        Abrasive grit synthetic

        CERADIA - Abrasive grit synthetic

         

         CNFAbrasive grit for metal bond, available also coated 
         CNF-E Abrasive grit for electroplating bond 
         CRGAbrasive grit for resin bond 

         

        CERADIA CNF - Abrasive grit synthetic

         

        Especially distinctive crystalline structure with high impact resistance and thermal strength als well as a uniform particle shape. It is able to absorb high mechanical stress in metal bond tools. Typical applications are in glass edge processing (automotive).

        Distinctive crystalline structure of a slightly lower strentgh than CNF 3100. CNF 3090 is mainly used in metal bond tools and offers a particularly high stability even of high temperatures. Applications are in the automotive industry (glass processing, engine blocks).

        High quality crystalline abrasive grit with a small amount of inclusions. The crystal shape is little more irregular and due to the inclusions less thermally resistant. Good strength. Suitable for glass processing, decor grinding, facet grinding and drilling of crystal glass, metal grinding. Used in metal bond applications.

        This diamond grit still offers a high thermal and mechanical stress resistance. It is suitable for processing automotive glass and decor glass. Suitable for grinding wheels applied in areas with lower stress but bigger wheel widths and contact lengths.

        Due to the composition of a variety of differently structured grain shapes CNF 3060 is suitable for a broad range of metal bond tool applications in the glass and ceramic industry. The composition makes the grit fast cutting. The amount of evenly spread crystals ensures the stability of the tool.

        The structure of this grit makes it suitable for general grinding tasks with only little cutting stress. The grit shape is rather irregular with an emphasis on fast cutting. CNF 3050 is also found in glass processing.

        A rather irregular diamond grit used for free-cutting purposes. Areas of application are: the dental industry, the grinding of steel and carbide combinations and the cutting of glass and quartz.

        Available Grit sizes CERADIA CNF

        Grit sizes

        CNF 3100CNF 3090CNF 3080CNF 3070CNF 3060CNF 3050CNF 3040
        MeshFEPA
        80/100D 181 XXXXXX
        100/120D 151XXXXXXX
        120/140D 126XXXXXXX
        140/170D 107XXXXXXX
        170/200D 91XXXXXXX
        200/230D 76 XXXXXX
        230/270D 64 XXXXXX
        270/325D 54 X X X XXX
        325/400D 46 XXXXXX

        Available grit coating


        Available grit coating


        Coatings support the thermal conductivity, extend the life of the tools and improve the process properties of the workpiece.

        Chrome Cr 1 %

        Chrome has good wetting properties and affinity to diamonds. The retention can be improved with Cr3C2, which is released during the sintering process. It is used in metal bond systems.

        Copper Cu 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The copper coating can improve the retention of the diamond, expand the heat distribution and extends the lifetime of the tools. The coating is suitable for soft bonds.

        Cobalt Co 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The cobalt coating improves the retention of the diamond. Furthermore the cobalt increases the oxidation temperature of the diamond which increases the sintering temperature.

        Nickel Ni 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        The surface of this kind of coating is smooth. The lifetime of the tools can be extended due to the extreme retention between the nickel layer and the surrounding bond. The coating can protect the diamond from erosion and the same time expands the area of action of the diamond grit. This way the energy consumption is reduced and the cutting ability is increased.

        Chemical Nickel CNi 30 %, 50 %, 56 %

        Due to the very rough structure of the coating, the specific surface is enlarged. The retention between diamond and bond as well as the lifetime is improved. The energy consumption is reduced.

        Nickel Spikey TiNiS 56 %, 70 %

        This coating increases the specific surface and the retention between matrix and diamond. This extends the lifetime of the tool and improves the sharpness. Predominantly used in soft bond at reduced sintering temperatures.

        Silicon Si 2 %

        Silicon coatings increase the thermal resilience, the wear resistance and prevent the ability to disintegrate iron. Moreover the chemical coating improves the retention between the bond and the diamond.

        Titanium Ti 2 %

        The bubble free titanium coating prevents the erosion of iron, chrome and tungsten at high temperatures during the tool production. It improves the preservation of the bond and the diamond and therefore prevents the bursting of the grit and extends the lifetime of the tool.

        Titanium Carbide TiC 1,5 %

        The use of the titanium carbide coated grit is similar to the titanium one. The coating level for titanium carbide is higher thus the contact area for sintering increases.

        Diazon - the diamond with CBN qualities

        The innovative grit for applications that have previously used diamond or CBN.

        The advantages of both materials combined in a single grit for better erosion performance with longer service lifes.

        CERATONIA DIAZON has a multi-crystalline structure that retains a sharp cutting edge throughout the griding process and continuously genrats ew micro-cutting edges thanks to its permanent self-shrpening properties.

        Normally, a monocrystalline diamond has a macro-crystalline structure and breaks up into large pieces. Therefore, the use is ideal for vitrified bonds, resin bonds and honing tools.

        Available Grit Sizes

        Grit Sizes

        FEPAU.S. Standard Mesh
        D 25160/70
        D 23170/80
        D 18180/100
        D 151100/120
        D 126120/140
        D 107140/170
        D 91170/200
        D 76200/230
        D 64230/270
        D 54270/325
        D 46325/400
        D 35400/500