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Stellite

(ˈstɛlaɪt)
n
(Metallurgy) trademark any of various alloys containing cobalt, chromium, carbon, tungsten, and molybdenum: characteristically very hard and wear-resistant, they are used as castings or hard surface-coatings
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Noun1.Stellite - ® a very hard alloy of cobalt and chromium with cobalt as the principal ingredient; used to make cutting tools and for surfaces subject to heavy wear
alloy, metal - a mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten; "brass is an alloy of zinc and copper"
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Jim Goldie has had plenty of success at Ayr and the Glasgowbased trainer dominated the second division of the 7f handicap by completing a one-two with Botham and Stellite, before going on to complete a double with Hawkeyethenoo in the 5f handicap.
They can be supplied as standard in 316 stainless steel with stainless steel or Stellite trims, although alternative materials such as Monel, Hastelloy B & C, titanium and zirconium, can also be specified.
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The DMS Ultrasonic machines are designed for machining brittle materials, such as ceramics, glass, stellite, silicon, graphite, composite materials, and even precious stones.
Resharpening, repair, and Stellite welding services for solid rotors.
Rubber molds are often chrome plated to reduce wear (and improve release) while mixer rotors are generally stellite coated.
Vortex inserts are available in any grade of carbide or stellite, and in any configuration of boles, bevels, slots or grooves.
The new cutters and inserts machine Waspalloy, Haynes 25, Inconel 718, Stellite and similar materials at cutting speeds of 2000 sfm to 4500 sfm and feed rates of 0.002" per tooth (ipt) to 0.005 ipt.
It can operate at pressures up to 5000psi and temperatures ranging from -80[degrees]-+500[degrees]C, and can be supplied as standard in 316 stainless steel with stainless steel or Stellite trims, although alternative materials can be specified.
Each cutting edge is Stellite. Top and bottom feed rolls are designed to prevent strand bunching and roll deformation.
4.40 Ayr Victor Chandler Casino Handicap 7f RUK Card page 29 j j Key stat Stellite is a three-time winner at Ayr and has finished in the first three on 11 of his 23 runs at the course j j What they say Jim Goldie, trainer of Esoterica and Stellite "Esoterica will hopefully run a nice race.
Available in any grade of carbide or stellite and any configuration of holes, bevels, slots or grooves, Vortex inserts are high-speed precision balanced to an ISO rating of 62.5 or better, resulting in longer run-times between stops for retooling, the company says.