Cutting longer

The new Road Razor ECO milling machine tool from Kennametal offers increased life and cutting capabilities for the user. The innovative shape and increased hardness allow higher cutting speeds while boosting wear life.
Recycling / February 7, 2012
Kennametal Road Razor
A new tip design and improved material grades allow the Kennametal Road Razor ECO to offer cost benefits for users
The new Road Razor ECO milling machine tool from 2365 Kennametal offers increased life and cutting capabilities for the user. The innovative shape and increased hardness allow higher cutting speeds while boosting wear life. At the same time the tools have a better profile that reduces the amount of energy required when milling at conventional speeds.

The user can opt either to cut the power demands on the milling machine and reduce fuel consumption, or increase cutting speed and productivity while attaining the same cutter wear life as with earlier products. The firm says that the Road Razor ECO benefits from a proprietary point design that is combined with Kennametal's advanced carbide grades and higher head hardness. This reduces cracking and allows longer life even in abrasive asphalt conditions. Meanwhile thicker material at the retainer end ensures exceptional fit and rotation throughout the life of the tool.
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