10/30/2014

Ejector Sleeves Nitrided for Wear Resistance

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Regal Component’s ESL ejector sleeves are machined from H-13 hot-work die steel and nitrided on the ID and OD to 65-74 Rc for optimum heat and wear resistance.

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Regal Component’s ESL ejector sleeves are machined from H-13 hot-work die steel and nitrided on the ID and OD to 65-74 Rc for optimum heat and wear resistance. They are offered in 109 standard sizes with IDs ranging from 3/32" to 3/4" and lengths ranging from 3" to 12". The sleeves also can be customized to IDs of 1/16" with varying wall thicknesses, ID/OD combinations and as long as 25". In addition, custom front and EDM forms, head flats and vents are available, as are other steels.

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