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Stellite (stel´īt), 1. a cobalt-chromium alloy.
2. a very hard, noncorrosive alloy of cobalt, chromium, and sometimes tungsten used for special instruments, particularly surgical instruments.
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The KA#T1 coating was tested against two different kinds of stainless steel and Stellite #6.
The experimental study permits to conclude about the machinability of a PTA hardfacing layers of Stellite 6.
Stellite 12 is a typical cobalt based alloy with a chemical composition of Co-Cr-W-C.
With the barrel induction heated and an alignment gage in place, the Stellite liner is pressed into the barrel's chamber so that its lands and grooves align with those of the barrel.
2001) conducted studies on the wear resistance of Stellite 720 of hardness HRC60 and Stellite 712 of hardness HRC46 when processing Douglas-fir cants and observed that Stellite 712 in spite of its low hardness (HRC46), recorded the least edge recession.
The material originally used in the process was a cobalt-base Stellite material combined with a copper-tin alloy.
The March 2012 acquisition of Stellite should add $200 million - $250 million to organic revenues, which Kennametal now expects will be slightly down for the fiscal 2013.
The blast baffle is Stellite, super-hard and resistant to erosion, and the rest of the baffles are stainless steel, wrapped in a titanium tube.
The valve can operate at pressures up to 5000 psi and temperatures ranging from -80 [degrees] C to 500 [degrees] C They can be supplied as standard in 316 stainless steel with stainless steel or Stellite trims.
Globally headquartered in London, Deloro Stellite manufactures coating powders, rod and wire from 13 facilities in nine countries throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
The company produces tools with cutting edges in various grades of carbide, stellite, high speed steel and polycrystalline diamond, and provides custom tool design, retipping and sharpening services.