top of page

Diamond Wire Loop Products Specifications

Hans provides cutting wires that are coated with Diamond and CBN, and come in various grain sizes and customized lengths. The diameter of the diamond or CBN wire loop is selected based on the size of the cutting surface of the workpiece/sample, among other factors. For fine surfaces, smaller grains are recommended, while softer cutting materials require a lower grain density.
In terms of specifications, Hans offers loop diamond wires with a diameter ranging from 0.35mm to 2.0mm, and a length of up to 20 meters. The wire is made of high-strength stainless steel, ensuring durability and stability during cutting. The diamond coating is evenly distributed and firmly attached to the wire, providing excellent cutting performance and long service life.
Furthermore, Hans provides a variety of grain sizes for loop diamond wires, including 60/80, 80/100, 100/120, 120/140, 140/170, and 170/200. Customers can choose the most suitable grain size based on their specific cutting needs.
In addition to loop diamond wires, Hans also offers loop CBN wires with a diameter ranging from 0.35mm to 2.0mm, and a length of up to 20 meters. The CBN coating is evenly distributed and firmly attached to the wire, ensuring excellent cutting performance and long service life. The grain sizes available for loop CBN wires include 80/100, 100/120, 120/140, 140/170, and 170/200.
Overall, Hans provides high-quality loop diamond and CBN wires with a range of specifications to meet the diverse cutting needs of customers.

Loop diamond wire specifications
How to Buy

Request an Equipment  Quote   

Ready to buy stuff from Flexible,Request a quote now.

Buy

Browse Parts and equpments on our store

Reviews
Comments

Share Your ThoughtsBe the first to write a comment.
FAQ

Q: What are the most common types of drilling method?

Show more

Here are the five common types of oil drilling techniques. 1. Cable Drilling. 2. Directional Drilling. 3. Electro-Drilling. 4. Rotary Drilling. 5. Dual-Wall Reverse- 6. Circulation Drilling.

Q: How deep can a drill rig go?

Show more

Depending on the rig type, offshore rigs are rated to drill in water depths as shallow as 80 feet to as great as 12,000 feet. The greatest water depth a jackup can drill in is 550 feet, and many newer units have a rated drilling depth of 35,000 feet.

Q: What is the process of oil exploration?

Show more

Oil and gas exploration encompasses the processes and methods involved in locating potential sites for oil and gas drilling and extraction. Early oil and gas explorers relied upon surface signs like natural oil seeps, but developments in science and technology have made oil and gas exploration more efficient.

Q: What are the positions on a rig?

Show more

Diver – Some rigs require the use of divers to maintain the underwater equipment. Driller – Heads up all operations related to the drilling equipment. Electrician – Maintains and repairs all electrical systems onboard the rig. Floorman – Provides general support to the rig's drilling operations.

bottom of page