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What are pelletizer knives?

Pelletizer knives break down plastic and other materials into uniformly small pellets. It tends to be utilized in different businesses, including plastics, elastic, and compound handling. They are utilized to create creature feed and reuse materials like plastics and elastic pellets.

Typically, the bodies of pelletizer knives are made of stainless steel with a high carbon content. The bleeding edge is regularly made of a bi-material, for example, Nikro-128 because of the great wear opposition required during the cutting system.

Pelletizing operations require the use of pelletizer knives or pelletizer blades. The body of pelletizer blades is usually made of high-carbon stainless steel for better quality; the cutting is made of bi-metal materials like Nikro-128 because the cutting requires high wear resistance.

Finetech Engineering stocks a wide variety of OEM knives for a variety of pelletizer brands, including AST, Berringer, Berstorff, Black Clawson, Buss Condux, Conair, Cumberland, Egan, Erema, Farrell, Gala, Ikegai, JSW, Kobe, PTI, Rieter/Automatik, Werner Pfleiderer, and many others. In addition to producing custom-sized pelletizer knives and pelletizing blades,

Our pelletizer knives are made to exact OEM specifications and tolerances. In the event that accuracy, quality and short lead time all matter, you are at the perfect locations. Finetech Designing produces and supplies in a real sense a huge number of pelletizer blades and cutting edges. Whether you want your pelletizer sharp edges in standard sizes or custom aspects, Finetech Designing can transform your desing into a cutting edge in only days. Despite what brand your pelletizer blades, our pelletizer cutting edges are uncommonly produced using quality ground solidified instrument prepares and treated steel as well as Tungsten Carbide and Carbide-tipped upon our clients’ solicitation. 

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FINETECH CAPACITY & CAPABILITIES

PRECISION GRINDING TECHNOLOGY

When it comes to producing cutting tools, Finetech Engineering offers the best technological competence and capabilities, ranging from high volume production to prototype.

CUSTOM INDUSTRIAL BLADES

Finetech Engineering specialises extensively in producing unique industrial blades. Please get in touch with us right away if you need your knives made according to your specifications.

Personalised circular blades can be used to cut, slit, perforate, rewind, shear, and much more.

Custom circular knives and circular rotary blades made from samples and drawings are our area of expertise. Get a free quote from us right now if you need your knives made to match your exact specifications. Please let us know if you have a drawing, sketch, or written specs for the blade you require.

Our expertise lies in producing personalised circular knives and blades.

Please have a look at some of the circular blades and knives that we frequently produce below.

Please be aware that we have more standard size knives and blades in stock that are not shown here, and we can mail them to customers anywhere in the world, if you can't find what you're searching for here.

CIRCULAR, STRAIGHT, PUNCH, AND CUSTOM BLADES

Advantages of using circular blades

The use of circular blades has several benefits:

  • Greater efficiency in cutting through materials: When cutting through materials, circular blades can produce a cleaner cut and use less energy than straight blades.
  • Compared to other blade types: circular blades produce less waste because they create a narrower aperture, which reduces material loss while cutting.
  • Simpler to use (more stability): A circular blade requires less effort to manipulate since it merely needs to be rotated to the required speed before being used to cut through material. Furthermore, it is far simpler than using a saw or knife, which may be very challenging to operate. 

CUTTING TYPES

Take a look at this useful guide on Finetech blade cut kinds.

TOOTH TYPES

Examine the varieties of teeth we can create using Finetech Blades.

GRINDING TYPES

See how we grind Finetech blades.

How circular blades are manufactured?

  • Cutting: The first step in making these blades is to cut a metal sheet into the appropriate shape. A CNC machine is usually used for this technique.
  • Heating: The blade is next subjected to a procedure known as heat treatment, which involves quickly cooling after heating to a very high temperature in order to harden and strengthen the steel.
  • Brazing is an optional method for joining tiny metal bits to circular, toothed blades.
  • Sharpening: The blade needs to be honed to get rid of any flaws after it has reached the correct shape. further to produce the bevel, the sharp edge of the blade. Ultimately, the edge of the blade is sharpened even further by grinding.
  • Coating: To aid increase resistance to wear and corrosion, the blade tips can also be coated with various materials. 

Tear notch blades

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PERFORATING, SAW, AND CUT OFF KNIVES

PERFORATING BLADES

Premium standard and custom perforating blades are made by Finetech. Request a quote right now!

CUT OFF BLADES

Trustworthy and trustworthy blades are necessary for cut-off applications. Get a quote from Finetech right now.

SAW KNIVES

Finetech makes precision saw blades.

RAZOR, PUNCH, AND SLITTER BLADES

INVENTORY PROGRAMS

CRITICAL PART MANAGEMENT

Request an estimate for critical part management (CPM) on your upcoming project. Finetech guarantees that you will always receive your blades on time with CPM. To find out more, click!

BLADES STOCKED TO YOUR NEEDS

Check out our customised stocking and stocking programmes.

ENGINEERING AND PROTOTYPING SERVICES

ENGINEERING AND DESIGN SUPPORT

We provide our clients with application engineering and design services for specific blades.

FAST PROTOTYPING

Finetech can produce some blades more quickly than others.

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