|Payment & Shipping Terms ||Supply Capacity |
|Unit Price:||6.0 USD||Production Capacity:||50000 pieces/month|
|Trade Term:||FOB,CIF,EXW||Packing:||Standard package or as...|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, WU, T/T, Paypal||Delivery Date:||Depend on the quantity|
|Min. Order:||5 Piece/Pieces|
|Means of Transport:||Land, Ocean, Air|
King Kong drill steel has high fatigue strength, toughness and offers high wear resistance giving an efficient and economic
drilling operation. The unique wear resistant carbide grade in our integral drill steel, in combination with the generous
carbide volume, provides extended service life in all applications. Our unique R23 rods and bits for extension drilling
provide the strongest thread in hole sizes 33– 45 mm. For the most aggressive applications we have fully carburized
rods with superior wear resistance and service life. In fact working with Sandvik means that you can expect consistent
high quality and maximum operational dependability when it comes to all small hole drilling applications.
Cemented carbide is one of the most successful composite engineering materials produced.
Its unique combination of strength,hardness and toughness satisfies the most demanding applications – but working with such high stresses, inserts and buttons are more subject to wear.
King Kong's Tungsten carbide inserts are same as Sandvik YG05 sizes. and we also use the same technology as Sandvik including the steel materials and Heat treatment.
Button bits should be reground when penetrati on rat es drop or if the cemented carbide shows signs of damage
Fixed grinding routines often result in good working practices.
Bits for instance, can be examined and then reground after a specific number of holes, or at the end of the shift. Premature grinding is not necessarily uneconomical since less carbide needs to be ground off. It is better to regrind rather than reducing productivity due to damage.
Correct grinding adds considerably to drill bit service life. But equally important, it also enhances the performance of the entire drilling operation, especially hole straightness.
Category: Drilling Bits