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Dormer Pramet New burrs target demanding applications

| Editor: Steffen Donath

The new alloy specific range by has been designed to meet more demanding metal finishing needs in nickel and titanium alloys.

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The new addition supports the existing assortment of burrs for steel, stainless steel, non-ferrous material, plastic, fibreglass, composites and general machining.
The new addition supports the existing assortment of burrs for steel, stainless steel, non-ferrous material, plastic, fibreglass, composites and general machining.
(Source: Dormer Pramet)

With an advanced cutting geometry, the alloy specific (AS) burrs support high performance grinding and a smooth, controlled cutting action for a consistent high-quality surface finish. This makes the range ideal for deburring and chamfering in maintenance, repair and overhaul applications, in industries such as aerospace and power generation. With nine different shapes available, the AS burrs achieve a faster cutting action with high stock removal and is included in a new set (P88006) which features a variety of styles.

Meanwhile, Dormer Pramet has launched a new range of burrs specifically designed to prepare the clean removal of broken bolts, without damaging the threaded hole or the component. Suitable for automotive repair shops and maintenance applications, the new burrs are available in plain cylinder with end cut and 150° countersink cut styles. A variety of diameters and cutting lengths cater for different thread sizes, with long reach and tapered shank designs for easy access. A specially developed cutting geometry supports the grinding of case-hardened threads and maximises the potential for drilling on the center.

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