Grade Properties

Hyperion Materials & Technologies manufactures a range of cemented tungsten carbides and cermets for insert blanks and strips. The chart below offers an overview of our standard cemented carbide and specialty cermet grades.

Hyperion cemented carbide grade properties

 

Physical and Mechanical Properties

Hyperion Carbide Grades Composition % by Weight Average Carbide Grain Size (μm) Density (g/cm3) TRS* (N/mm2) Compressive Strength (N/mm2) Hardness at 20°C
WC Binder HRA HV30
AM50 92.2 7.8 0.6 14.7 4800 7400 1870 93.4
MK10 90.2 9.8 0.8 14.8 3500 6480 1725 93.0
DM80 90 10 0.5 14.6 3150 7700 1820 93.2
H10F 89.5 10.5 0.8 14.5 4500 6300 1600 92.1
H11N 88.5 11.5 2 to 4 14.4 2700 4600 1290 89.1
AM70 86.6 13.4 0.6 14.1 4700 5900 1570 91.7
MP40 80 20 2 to 4 13.1 2400 5400 1390 90.3

*TRS - Transverse rupture strength.

All data shown are typical values.

 

Physical and Mechanical Properties

Hyperion Cermet Grades Composition

ISO

US

Density (g/cm3) Hardness at 20°C
WC (%) Binder HRA HV30
CE05 18.4 Alloyed

P10 - P30

C6 - C7

7.3 91.4 1500
CE08/CE14 17.3 Alloyed - 6.7 91.7 1550

All data shown are typical values.

 

Your Hyperion sales person can offer their expertise in selecting the carbide or cermet insert blank best suited to solve your metal cutting application needs.

 

Did you know you can recycle your cemented carbide with Hyperion?  Visit our recycling page or contact us for details.

 

*Cemented carbide is also known as solid carbide and tungsten carbide (WC).

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