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5T Max SS316 Dry Pellet Pressing Die with - 1/2" Diameter (12.7mm I.D. ) - EQ-Die-12D-316


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Item Number: EQ-Die-12D-316

EQ-Die-12D-B is a 1/2" I.D. pressing die set made of 316 stainless steel , which is designed for pressing pellet under magnetic field upto 5 metric force or ( < 390 Mpa)

Model Number EQ-Die-12D-316
Max. Pressure 5 Ton force  or  
Material Rc 50  316 
Ra 0.08μm highly polished steel
The pressing dies are made of 316 stainless steel,  which is designed for using under magnetic field without blocking magnetic strength.  Please be advised that 316 SS is soft alloy, never applied pressure more than 5 metric ton 390 Mpa
Dimensions
A: Support Plate Thickness: 10mm
B. Sleeve O.D. : ⌀50mm
C. Die Sleeve Height: ⌀46mm
D. Sleeve I.D. : ⌀12.7 (1/4")+ 0.03-0.05mm 
E. Top Pressing Rod Body Length: 28mm
F. Top Pressing Rod Head Thickness: 5mm
G. Pressing Rod Diameter: ⌀12.7mm (1/2") ± 0.1mm 
H. Bottom Pressing Rod Body Length: 23mm
I. Bottom Pressing Rod Head Thickness: 7.8mm

Weight 1.3 lbs.
Material Requirement
  • 32-75 Microns
  • Do not use this die set for pressing powder with a particle size of 30 micron or smaller; Small particles may slip into the gap of the die parts and damages the sleeve during the compression.
  • Ball mill or ground the powder to the size of 32~75 microns powder before pressing. Please consider using the 3'' Dia. Sieve Set No.200&450 Mesh to separate the 32~75 microns particles from the powder clumps.
  • For pressing sticky metal powders such as Al, Mg, Zn, it is necessary to use dry or alcohol-based tool lubricant to lubricate the die and sleeve set to reduce friction during the compression. 
Package Content
  • One pressing die sleeve
  • One top pressing die
  • One bottom pressing die
  • One support plate
  • One die kit container
Safety Precaution
    
  • To avoid the risk of accidents and damage to the Pressing Die, please read these instructions carefully before installation and before using it for the first time.
  • Read the manual, especially the die installation schematic, before the operation.
  • Do not press flammable, explosive materials.
  • The operator must wear protection goggle.
  • You must have a hydraulic pellet press equipped with the Protection Cover, please click the pcitures to the left to order.
  • To avoid damaging the die core and sleeve, we strongly recommend to press powder with a professional laboratory hydraulic press to ensure the evenest pressing interface and uniform pressure force.
Pressing Die Installation Schematic / Instruction
    

     
  1. Mixing and grinding chemical powder by agate mortar or Ball Mill
  2. Calcine mixed the powder in a high temp furnace under suitable temperature
  3. Crushing and Grinding calcined powder again by mortar or ball mill
  4. Put calcined powder into the die
  5. Pressing sample by a pressing machine under suitable pressure
  6. Take out pellet sample from die
  7. Sintering the pellet under suitable temperature
Application Notes

    • Use ethanol to clean the pressing die before and after use every time
    • Use anti-rust oil after the operation and store the kit inside the original box in a dry place to avoid rusting.
    • You may consider using EQ-BNMR for easy mold release. Please click the picture below to order.
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