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P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P6

P7

P8

P9

P10

P11

P12

P13

P14

S1

S2

S3

S4

S5

S6

S7

S8

H1

H2

H3

H4

N1

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

N7

N8

N9

N10

K1

K2

K3

K4

K5

K6

M1

M2

M3

4

P

M

K

N

S

H

Designation

Technical informations

Available from stock

On request

Austenitic

Austenitic

Duplex

Ferritic/martensitic

Martensitic

Fe-based

Ni / Co base

Pure titanium

α and β alloys

β alloys

Si ≤ 12%

Si ≤ 12%

Si> 12 %

Pure, Non-alloyed

Cu-alloys, long-chipping

Cu-alloys, short-chipping

High-strength,

Free cutting steel

C ≤ 0,55 %

C > 0,55 %

C ≤ 0,55 %

C > 0,55 %

750

650

650

700

1000

600

1000

1200

1400

700

1000

1400

700

1100

700

1000

800

400

550

500

800

700

1400

200

500

250

300

450

250

350

600

400

1000

675

950

850

1200

1100

675

1250

1400

A

A

A

QT

QT

A

QT

QT

QT

A

A

HT

A

QT

PH

PH

PH

A

PH

A

PH

C

HT

HT

HT

HT

220

190

190

210

300

175

300

380

420

210

300

420

210

330

210

300

240

120

160

150

240

210

420

-

152

75

90

130

70

100

180

120

300

200

280

250

350

320

200

375

410

-

-

-

32

-

32

41

45

-

32

45

-

34

-

32

23

-

-

-

-

-

45

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

32

-

29

25

38

34

-

40

44

50

55

60

55

Rm HB HRC

Material group

Range of application -material

Annealed

Tempered

Hardened and tempered

Precipitation hardened

A

QT

HT

PH

Steel

Stainless steel

Cast iron

Non-ferrous metals

Superalloys and titanium

Hard materials

Stainless steel

Stainless steel

Low-alloyed steel

High-alloyed steel and high-alloyed tool steel

Heat-resistant alloys

Titanium alloys

Hardened steel

Hardened and tempered cast iron

Cast aluminium alloys

Magnesium alloys

Copper and copper alloys

Aluminium wrought alloys

Non-alloyed steel

Grey cast iron(GJL)

Cast iron with vermicular graphite (GJV) CGI

Malleable cast iron (GJMW / GJMB)

Malleable cast iron (GJMB)

Cast iron with spheroidal graphite (GJS)

Cast iron with spheroidal graphite (GJS) ADI

Group of machine taps intended for high performance thread cutting in a

wide range of materials, such as

steel, stainless steel, cast iron,

non-ferrous metals and heat-resistant alloys, and titanium alloys.

M

ASTER

TAP

800

For structural, free machining and low alloy steels with the tensile

strength of Rm ≤ 800 Mpa

Innovative variety of machine tap 800, designed also for

processing of

stainless steel.

The innovative manufacturing technologies may even double

durability and processing performance we had so far.

800

FAN-1200

1400

INOX

For difficult to process and heat resistant steels with the tensile strength of

1200 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1400 MPa, and for heat treated steels up to 44 HRC

For high alloy steel, stainless and acid resistant steels with a

tensile strength of Rm ≤ 1000 MPa

For tool and difficult to process steels with the tensile strength of

800 MPa ≤ Rm ≤ 1200 MPa, and for heat treated steels up to 38 HRC

WGN

GG

GAL

HRC

S-NC

Ms

For materials, which have been hardened. The number next to the

symbol indicates the maximum hardness of the material to be

processed, in the HRC scale

For synchronized tapping on CNC machines with the

"rigid tapping" function for a wide range of materials with the

high cutting speeds

For brass and short chip bronze

Forming taps for machining materials with limited ductility

For processing of grey and nodular cast iron

For cast aluminum alloys with the Si content of max 12%

Blind

Throught

Hole type

Groups of Tools by Applications