Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
We offer a complete product range of Refractory Brick Cutting Machine, Automatic Cutting Machine, Abrasive Cutting Machine and Rock Cutting Machine
Large heavy duty cutting machine with higher capacity with Z, Y and X movement.. Sturdy Floor Model Cutter with Wet & Dry sectioning of Refractory Brick up to 1000mm x 150mm x 100mm.Machine with Fully enclosed chamber with German Safety locks and switches.Simple Control Panel –Start, Stop, Reset, Cutting, Coolant, Tube light and Emergency Stop button and Safety Inter lock Switch.Easily selectable Auto stop position can be set where the cutting process will be stopped and the Cutting table Or Cutting Diamond Wheel returns to its start position.X Movement – 300 mm (This helps to move the Bricks and make parallel cut to get a slicing of Bricks)
Automatic bigger sized fully loaded cutting machine with top Closed design. Two side sliding door provides voluminous internal space to section big components and also easy access. Standard Z & Y automation. Pulse cutting, step cutting modes for burn free cutting. Variable spindle speed included.
Sturdy floor model cutter for Metallographic sectioning with rust proof Steel construction.Cutting Capacity upto 130 mm dia or 130 x Rectangular 120 mm.Fluorescent light in the working area provides clear illumination.Cooling by Four high flow water jets to provide optimum cooling
Petrography is a branch of petrology that focuses on detailed descriptions of rocks. mineral content and the textural relationships within the rock are described in detail. The classification of rocks is based on the information acquired during the petrographic analysis The detailed analysis of minerals by optical mineralogy in thin section and the micro-texture and structure are critical to understanding the origin of the rock. A slice of rock was affixed to a microscope slide and then ground so thin that light could be transmitted through mineral grains that otherwise appeared opaque. The position of adjoining grains was not disturbed, thus permitting analysis of rock texture. Thin section petrography became the standard method of rock study. Since textural details contribute greatly to knowledge of the sequence of crystallization of the various mineral constituents in a rock,