diamond tools production technology
Updated: Apr 30, 2020
Every year Pollux invests with its business partners great recourses into new technologies, equipment, research and development.
We care about better economic performance for our customers, new areas of tools applications, work safety and environment.
Here are examples of our modern technologies:
Provides equidistant positioning of diamond grains into diamond layer. Applied in production of segmented products. During usage each diamond grain goes through the same load, which ensures consistent performance throughout the lifetime of the tool.
CW TECHNOLOGY (CONTACT WELDING)
Produces automatic welding of diamond segments to the core of front cutter. Unlike the traditional high-temperature soldering methods, this technology does not overheat the segment, greatly increasing the lifetime of diamond front cutters.
LWD TECHNOLOGY (LASER WELDING DRILL)
Similar to the process of blade welding, the laser beam forms the same monolithic seam be-tween segment and the core of the drill. This technology enables the use of drills in severe conditions, with deep drilling with minimal cooling and without it.
LWB TECHNOLOGY (LASER WELDING BLADES)
The laser beam welds the joint between the diamond the segment and tempered steel core, forms a solid durable seam. This technology guarantees reliable operation even at high loads and without cooling.
HIT TECHNOLOGY (HYDROGEN INTER TECHNOLOGY)
Sintering of the tools is done in protective and recovery environments. As a result, diamond layer has an active structure. This contributes to high speed operation with materials of various hardness.
HIT LINE TECHNOLOGY (HYDROGEN INERT TECHNOLOGY LINE)
The process of sintering is the same as in HIT technology on the conveyer belt. This technology is used to produce segments of different configurations for further brazing to cores of cutting blades and drills. The tools produced by this technology have high cutting speed.