sintered steel

sintered steel

[′sin·tərd ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Steel prepared by heating compressed iron powder and graphite to form a solid.
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In past years, mechanical properties of sintered steel were mainly studied by tensile and impact testing [9].
The receiver was made of sintered steel which became a problem to blue with conventional methods.
Like its predecessor, the new product is made of sintered steel.
Effect of porosity on the mechanical properties and wear performance of 2% copper reinforced sintered steel used in shock absorber piston production.
Ametek claims the gearboxes are engineered specifically for challenging applications, incorporating sintered steel planet gears to promote high torque capacity and low noise.
The drive units consist of high-efficiency Neodymium drivers housed in sintered steel alloy which minimize cavity-induced coloration.
The Vortex units consist of high-efficiency Neodymium drivers housed in sintered steel alloy which minimize cavity-induced coloration.
Blades are produced from an extensive library of computer models and use steel that is rated to the highest metallurgical standards, including sintered steel and tungsten carbide for the most demanding applications.
In addition, the performance versions feature a twin-scroll turbo, direct fuel injection, sintered steel inserts in the aluminum bedplate, and a low-pressure die-cast aluminum cylinder head in place of the lost foam unit on the base engine.
LO-COG[R] Series GM8000, GM9000 and GM14000 brush-commutated DC gearmotors from Pittman[R] are available in varying lengths and with sintered steel spur gears as standard.
Meanwhile, the Company is evaluating its best course of action in the litigation while continuing to refine and execute its plans for development, manufacture and sales of its sintered steel products.
The Lo-Cog Series features GM8000, GM9000, and GM14000 gearmotors in varying lengths with sintered steel spur gears as standard and planetary gears as options.