Ingersoll's new three character chip breaker designation systemClick image to enlarge

Ingersoll Cutting Tools has released a new series of steel chip breakers with a new three letter designation system.

Ingersoll Cutting Tools has released a new series of steel chip breakers with a new three letter designation system.

The T-Turn chip breakers cover a wider range of applications than previous chip breakers, Ingersoll says, offering improved stability and reliability and enabling users to reduce inventory by consolidating inserts. T-Turn is available in new TT8105B, TT8115B and TT8125B CVD coatings, which Ingersoll says will deliver up to 60 per cent longer life.

The new chip breaker designations are: FLP for finishing, MLP for semi-finishing to medium, MGP for medium and RGP for roughing. The designation system incorporates primary ISO material.

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