8/9/2017

MultiTAP Handles Wide Range of Materials and Applications

Originally titled 'Taps Handle Wide Range of Materials and Applications'
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Emuge’s MultiTAP line of high-performance taps cut carbon steel, steel alloys, stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, copper, brass, and bronze and have a geometric design as well as a special base material and surface treatment that enable it to handle a wide range of materials and applications, thus eliminating the need to stock numerous types of taps in the tool crib.

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Emuge Corp.’s MultiTAP line of high-performance taps are designed to cut carbon steel, steel alloys, stainless steel, aluminum, cast iron, copper, brass, and bronze. MultiTAP’s geometric design as well as a special base material and surface treatment enables it to handle a wide range of materials and applications. This eliminates the need to stock numerous types of taps in the tool crib, says the company.

According to the company, the taps are designed to produce threads within both 2B and 3B classes of fit, removing guesswork from choosing the correct H-limits. They are comprised of premium high vanadium cobalt high speed steel (HSS-E) and nitrided with an Ne2 surface treatment or TiCN-coated for extended tool life.

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