What Are The Best Materials To Use For A Bush Hammer?
At OneStop Diamond Tools, we carry a wide variety of bush hammers to create different beautiful finishes on stone or concrete. We have developed a series of bush hammers to fit different machines (angle grinder, floor grinder, bridge saw, and bush hammering machine) and create different finishes. We also provide you with original attachments like bush hammer heads, and bush hammer rollers to make replacements.
No matter you are going to buy our finished product or custom your bush hammers, better tell us the answer to the following questions:
- The type of machine used for bush hammers.
- The power and RPM range of machines.
- The bush-hammered finishes you want.
- The material to be bush-hammered.
Things you should know
Tungsten carbide is an extremely hard and wear-resistant material, making it an ideal choice for use in diamond grinding tools, such as bush hammer tools and floor coating removal tools.
There are various types of tungsten carbides, each of which produces a different bush-hammered finish. The most common types are point, angular, line, star, and knurling.
PCD (Polycrystalline Diamond)
Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) is a synthetic diamond product typically used for concrete floor grinding tools and bush hammers. It is produced by sintering multiple diamond particles together at high temperatures and pressures, and is much harder and more wear-resistant than tungsten carbides, resulting in a longer lifespan.
OneStop Diamond Tools uses square PCDs on our bush hammer rollers and bridge scratchers. Each corner of the square PCD can be used, which greatly increases the lifespan of our scratching bush hammer rollers.
When changing the PCD corner to sufficiently use, it is important to ensure that the PCD is installed in the correct direction. The PCD has 2 layers, the top layer being the real PCD and the bottom layer being tungsten carbide. We need to make sure when running, the PCD is touching the materials and doing the cutting.