DH300RC 2713-1219RC Bucket Teeth
Material: Special alloy steel
The difference between cast bucket teeth and forged bucket teeth
Although bucket teeth are small parts of excavators, they are not expensive, but they cannot be replaced. Bucket teeth generally have the difference between cast bucket teeth and forged bucket teeth. Generally, forged bucket teeth are more wear-resistant and harder, and their service life is cast. Bucket teeth are about 2 times, and the price is about 1.5 times that of cast bucket teeth.
What is casting: The method of pouring liquid metal into a casting cavity suitable for the shape of the part, and waiting for it to cool and solidify, to obtain the part or blank is called casting. Those who have stayed in the countryside must have seen waste aluminum cast aluminum pots and aluminum pots.
Castings produced by this process are prone to pores to form trachoma, and their mechanical properties, wear resistance, and service life are lower than forgings. The price of cast bucket teeth is also lower. In addition to the texture, when the molten metal is poured, there will be an extra part of the molten metal on the side of the cast bucket teeth.