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Chipper Blades Center new impact resistance development

Posted 24/4/2015

Engineers managed to double the number of impact cycles before the chipper blades and knives break during the heavy duty working process. The result of development is numerous times impacts, which are measured with the certified impact counter. The impact counter makes certain number of reduced energy impacts to chipper blades' material charpy V-notch specimen until it breaks. This is the most advance development process for quenched and tempered tool steel used for chipper blades.