Insert grades

Turning grades

  Uncoated inserts
KM15  Finishing grade in the K10 range. This carbide grade is for use on cast iron, aluminium and heat-resistant alloys. This grade works well on cobalt based  alloys and synthetic materials and is suitable for finishing on heat-resistant aloys.
PM25  General purpose uncoated grade in the P30 range. This tough, economical grade is for machining of carbon steels, alloy steels, tool steels and stainless  steels. PM25 provides toughness and resistance to deformation in roughing and semi-finishing operations.
PM40  Roughing grade in the P35 range. This tough grade is for structural, cast and tool steels. It is recommended when toughness is more important than wear  resistance.
  Coated inserts
TIN16  Wear resistant finishing to intermediate grade suitable for many applications on steel, cast iron, stainless steel and high temperature alloys. It is generally  used at higher speeds where deformation may be a problem. The multi-layer coating includes TiCN and aluminium oxide.
TIN17  Coated TiAIN grade in the K20 range. This carbide grade is for use in cast iron, aluminium and heat-resistant alloys. This grade works well on cobalt based  alloys and synthetic materials ans is suitable for finishing on heat-resistant alloys.
TIN22  General purpose wear resistant grade. It has enriched substrate which has exceptionally good deformation as well as fracture resistance. The multi-layer  coating includes aluminium oxide to add additional heat and wear resistance. It is used to machine steel and stainless steel at lower speeds than TIN16.
TIN32  General purpose wear resistant turning grade. The multi-layer coating includes aluminium oxide to add additional heat and wear resistant. It is used to  machine steel at lower speeds than TIN16. This turning grade is for demanding metal removal operations, including cutting through scale at low speeds  through heavy interruption, and problem  machining of stainless steel at low speed and poor rigidity.
TIN35  New coated grade developed to machine stainless steel and heat-resistance alloys.
 This grade is only used in combination with the CS chipbreaker. First choice for stainless steel applications.
ZR10  Micrograin grade with a extremely hard single zirconium layer for machining aluminium, copper alloys and plastics.
  Cermet inserts
NC25  NC25 is a newly developed Cermet applicable for a wide range of cutting conditions as a standard grade for general machining of steel. It can  successfully be used for a range of cutting speeds from (100 to 200 m/min.) with better wear resistance than conventional TiC Cermet. And also, it gives  an excellent performance from semi-finish to finish operation of ductile cast iron at cutting speeds of 200 m/min. or less.

Milling grades

  Uncoated inserts
KM15  Finishing grade in the K10 range. This carbide grade is for use on cast iron, aluminium and heat-resistant alloys. This grade works well on cobalt based  alloys and synthetic materials and is suitable for finishing on heat-resistant aloys.
PM25  General purpose uncoated grade in the P30 range. This tough, economical grade is for machining of carbon steels, alloy steels, tool steels and stainless  steels. PM25 provides toughness and resistance to deformation in roughing and semi-finishing operations.
PM40  Roughing grade in the P35 range. This tough grade is for structural, cast and tool steels. It is recommended when toughness is more important than wear  resistance.
  Coated inserts
TIN21  Carbide coated grade with Tin-MT TiCN-Al2O3 by CVD.
 For use on steel, alloyed steel and cast iron. With it's aluminium oxide coating, the grade TIN21 is recommended every time wear characteristics are more  important than toughness.
TIN25  Coated with TiN-TiC-TiN. Coating thickness 3-5 microns for use on steel, alloyed steel and stainless steel, with or without coolant with coolant, TIN25  performs well when milling titanium or nickel based alloys and ductile iron.
TIN28  Micrograin carbide enhanced with multilayer PVD coating that offers a lower friction coefficient and a sharper cutting edge. TIN28 is Canela's first choice  for Stainless and alloy steels at low to medium cutting speeds and for unstable machining conditions. The sharp cutting edge achieved by the PVD coating  gives the workpiece an excellent surface finish.
TC30  Tough grade for milling in steel, stainless steel and superalloys. Smooth coating to minimize re-cutting of chips when milling in sticky materials. Excellent  grade for tough demanding applications with or without coolant. Ti(C,N).
TL20  Carbide coated with TiAIN and lubricity layer PVD coating. It has a lower friction coefficient and a lower cutting energy during finishing. The sharper
 cutting edge reduces the built-up edge damage and gives the workpiece and excellent surface finish. Recommended for alloyed steel.
TL40  PVD-coated grade for fine to medium rough milling. First choice for milling with small feeds and/or low cutting speeds. Excellent for milling when there is a  risk of vibrations and when coolant is used. Recommended for machining superalloys. Multilayer (TiAIN.
ZR10  Micrograin grade with a extremely hard single zirconium layer for machining aluminium, copper alloys and plastics.
  Cermet inserts
NC40  NC25 is a newly developed Cermet applicable for a wide range of cutting conditions as a standard grade for general machining of steel. It can  successfully be used for a range of cutting speeds from (100 to 200 m/min.) with better wear resistance than conventional TiC Cermet. And also, it gives  an excellent performance from semi-finish to finish operation of ductile cast iron at cutting speeds of 200 m/min. or less.