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Tungsten carbide file HMF 5010/2


Tungsten carbide files

Tungsten carbide files

Tungsten carbide files, flat type

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EAN no.: 4007220016442
  • Technical information
    Length 50 mm
    Length [inch] 2
    Teeth per cm 6.5 pcs.
    Thickness 10 mm
    Width 5 mm
    Chip breaker 1 side without, 1 side with
    profi class 5.0 EAA584c022
    eclass 8.1 21042116
    eclass 7.0 21042116
    eclass 4.1 21042101
  • Description

    Flat tungsten carbide files for processing flat, convex and concave surfaces.

    The unique radial and convex cut pattern ensures best filing results.

    Tungsten carbide files without chip breaker produce a very high-quality finish.

    With chip breakers, they achieve high stock removal. Tungsten carbide files can be re-sharpened.

    HMF 5010/1, HMF 13220/1

    Rectangular files, in longitudinal and transverse direction convex, cut on one side.

    HMF 5010/2, HMF 13220/2

    Rectangular file, in transverse direction convex, cut on two sides, one of which has chip breakers.

    Materials that can be worked:

    • Hardened, heat-treated steelsover 1,200 N/mm² (> 38 HRC)
    • Steels up to1,200 N/mm²
    • Cast steel
    • Steel materialsfrom approx. 54 HRC upwards


    • Surface work

    Drive types:

    • Manual application
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