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Carpenter Launches New Alloys Being Used in Knife Blade Applications
Carpenter CTS-BD1 is a premium melted stainless steel containing certain metal additions that offer characteristics such as enhanced knife blade edge retention at a competitive cost.
The Carpenter CTS family of alloys offers superior edge retention and surface finish as well as an ability to be machined to a fine edge and consistent heat-treatability from lot to lot. These attributes make the Carpenter CTS alloys strong candidates for a wide array of blade applications, including commercial food processing, paper processing, textile, packaging, recycling/refuse, kitchen knives, hand tools, scissors/shears, shaving razors, sport/hunting knives, ice skates, military/defense, law enforcement, salon blades and various surgical/medical applications.
The other alloys in the Carpenter CTS suite are CTS-40CP (Micro-Melt® 440C), CTS-XHP (Micro-Melt 440-XH® alloy), CTS-10 (410 stainless), CTS-20 (420 stainless), CTS 40A (Type 440A), CTS-40C (Type 440C), CTS-TMT (Trinamet® stainless), CTS-20CP (Micro-Melt 420-CW), CTS-B52 (VIM-VAR 52100), CTS-B90 (X-90), CTS-B75 (S42700), CTS-B70 (CRB-7® alloy) and CTS-204P (Micro-Melt 20-4).
All of the Carpenter CTS alloys are produced with stringent quality control from melting through shipment. Carpenter offers technical support for customers with questions about the Carpenter CTS alloys and a new Selectaloy tool is available to aid customers with alloy selection. The Carpenter CTS alloys are available for sale directly from Carpenter.
For more information about the Carpenter CTS™ family of alloys, including the Selectaloy diagram and other Carpenter alloys, visit Carpenter’s website at www.cartech.com , e-mail email@example.com or telephone (610) 208-2000 or (800) 654-6543.
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