Forged steel C-45, Hubs & Sleevs: Teeth hardness 380-450 BHN for EOT.
What does FS stand for?
FS stands for Forged Steel
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- Fore Sight (surveying)
- Foreign Subsidiary
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The company says forged steel construction makes this a heavy-duty tool while the stainless steel ball bearing in the wing bolt allows precise micro adjustment to ensure perfect root gaps and alignment.
The jaw is made from forged steel and includes a special tooth design to tightly grip the work.
The rollers are made of forged steel and the springs are shot-peened steel for strength and durability.
5%, dense insert with a hardness of 35 to 54 Rc and mechanical properties nearly identical to forged steel.
The literature describes low speed chain couplings and chains, a large stock of new forged steel gear blanks, a large selection of used gears with computerized inventory and quick response, safety caps for all mill manufacturers, and more.
It also features a forged steel frame, a complete dehorn package, an extended magazine fully blended into the frame, 25 lines-per-inch checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing and hex head grip screws.