Stellite Alloy 12 Saw tips are made of Stellite alloy in grade Co12,so the following information is all about Co12.
Stellite 12 can be considered as an intermediate alloy between Stellite 6 and Stellite 1. It contains a higher proportion of hard brittle carbides than Stellite6 and has enhanced resistance to low angle erosion, wear and severe sliding wear while maintaining reasonable impact and cavitation resistance. Stellite 12 is typically used to self-fit or run Stellite 6 or Stellite 1. Higher tungsten content provides better high temperature performance than Stellite 6, and can be used at temperatures up to about 700˚C.
Stellite 12 is typically used in cutting tools that need to withstand wear, heat and corrosion. Examples include industrial knives for cutting carpets, plastics, paper and synthetic fibers; and see the skills of the wood industry. It is also used in the beverage industry’s control panels, pump blades, bearing bushings and narrow neck glass mold plungers; and for surface hardening of engine valves, pinch rolls and rotor blade edges in the metalworking industry. Corrosion resistance The typical electrode potential in seawater at room temperature is approximately -0.3 V (SCE). Like stainless steel, Stellite 12 is primarily corroded by pitting mechanisms, rather than by general mass loss in seawater and chloride solutions.
We can manufacture Stellite Alloy 3 according to your drawings and demands. We can produce rectangular, triangle, specical-shaped saw tips .and we also can manufacture saw tips of U.S.A. standard and Europe standard.