Miller™ (MT10)Carbide Guide Roller

///Miller™ (MT10)Carbide Guide Roller
Miller™ (MT10)Carbide Guide Roller2019-10-31T08:17:12+00:00

Project Description

Description

Titanium carbide has proved to be a cost-effective material for the manufacture of guide roller for wire rod mills, having low density, excellent anti-oxidation and wear resistance, coupled with relatively good resistance to thermal shock. TiC hard-metals have a relatively simple metallographic structure, but for quality control, the grain size and porosity must be controlled. In particular,porosity is the main quality problem since even vacuum sintering cannot completely overcome the problem of oxygen pick-up. However, the hot isostatic pressure sintering process (HIP), introduced in the late 1980s, significantly improved the final quality of TiCs, by solving the porosity problems.

Miller MT10 is specially designed for the demanding operations of today’s high speed roll mills, suitable for high speed up to 110m/s, with rotation of approx. 35,000 rpm and temperature 800-1000 degree. All Miller MT10 guide roller are produced by SINTER HIP (Hot Isostatic Press) technology to assure the best sintering quality.

TIC GUIDE ROLLER 01

Technical Data

MaterialMiller MT10T.CToolSTEEL
BinderAlloy SteelCo-NiFe
Hard PhaseTiCWCFe 3 C
Manufacturing ProcessPowder MetallurgyPowder MetallurgyCasting
Hardness (HRC)
Tempered
68-7068-7855-62
Hardness (HRC)
Annealed
45-4868-7820-30
Density(g/cm 3 )6.45-6.6014.0-15.07.8-8.5
Bend Strength(N/mm 2 )1650-18501950-2300580-1000
Compressive Strength(N/mm 2 )3500-38003200-43002000-2700

Advantages of MT10 guide roller

  •  Lighter than Tungsten carbide roller by 55%, Lighter than tool steel than 20%, so the guide roller accelerates from standstill to 35,000 rpm, without damaging the bearing.
  •  Very low coefficient of friction and self-lubricating properties, so the working portion of the guide roller is less worn, and the production can be greatly increased
  •  The coefficient of thermal expansion is close to that of the bearing steel. When the quenching is hot, the bearing will not get stuck. The thermal expansion coefficients of titanium carbide cemented carbide and tungsten carbide hard alloy are very different from those of steel. Therefore, the steel bonded carbide guide roller is more advantageous for bearing anti-seize ability than the two cemented carbide guide rolls.
  •  The micro structure is titanium carbide and high chromium tool steel, which has good thermal fatigue resistance.
  •  Anti-oxidation, less magnetic, non-stick steel.
  •  Annealing hardness is only HRC45-48, easy to process, after quenching, only a little fine grinding can be processed into finished products, the processing cost is low, so the price is also low. This is also one of the main reasons why titanium carbide guide rolls are superior to tungsten carbide guide rollers.
  •  Hardness HRC62-67, good wear resistance. The service life is 8-10 times that of high speed steel.
  •  Absolutely dense, the pores are almost zero, so it will not break when used and can be reused.
  •  Compared with similar foreign products, the price of Miller MT10 is lower, which greatly saves the production cost of customers.
guide roller in detail

Specifications

NameTitanium Carbide Guide Rollers
Other NamesHigh-speed finishing guide; Roller Guide Wheel; Titanium Carbide Roller; Guide Roller
MaterialTitanium carbide, TiC, Alloy-TiC,
Miller GradeMT10
CompositionTitanium carbide – 35%-45%, Binder – Mo+Ni+Al+Cr+Fe: 55%-65%
Density6.45-6.6 g/cm3
HardnessTempered-HRC62-70 Annealed-HRC45-48
Features,AdvantagesWear resistant, corrosion resistant, impact resistant, Heat resistant, self-lubricating, low friction, anti-oxidation
BrandMiller™
Applications
(Hot Rolling)
Rod Mill Guide Roller, Forming/Reducing/Pinch Roll

Applications

Thanks to its low density, high wear, oxidation and temperature resistance, several different titanium based alloys are available for guide roller applications, but they can all be classified in two categories:

guide roller

Iron or steel matrix carbides MT10

These alloys are based on steel powder metallurgy with the titanium carbides dispersed in an iron-based matrix and sintered. These materials are magnetic and, in general, can be heat treated to reach hardness levels of around 62-67HRC. In the annealed state, hardness can be 45-50HRC for easy machining by lathe.

The Ni-Cr -W matrix carbides –MC15

In this case the product is a true hard-metal in which a hardness of approximately 86HRA (approx. 70HRC) is reached by sintering. They are non-magnetic, non-heat treatable and cannot be turned by lathe, but must be grounded by diamond wheels.

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