FINE SINTER CO., LTD.
Kasugai-shi, Aichi, JP
|FINE SINTER CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130152735||IRON-BASED MIXTURE POWDER FOR SINTERING AND IRON-BASED SINTERED ALLOY - There is provided an iron-based mixture powder for sintering, as well as an iron-based sintered alloy using same, that are capable of reducing the cutting resistance of the iron-based sintered alloy and of mitigating the shortening of cutting tool life even when a metal fluoride powder is used. The iron-based mixture powder for sintering comprises an iron-based powder, a graphite powder, a hard powder that is harder than the iron-based powder, and a metalfluoride powder. With respect to particle asperity as expressed by the following equation,||06-20-2013|
|20120325598||BRAKE LINING FOR RAILROAD CAR - A brake lining for a railroad car has a frictional surface on a brake disc that is pressed by a brake caliper. Friction bodies are pressed against the frictional surface of the brake disc and a back plate is mounted to the caliper to support the friction bodies. Each of the friction bodies is formed with a friction material which contacts the brake disc frictional surface, and has a base plate attached on the back plate side of the friction material. The base plate has a protrusion formed on its back side. On the friction body side of the back plate there is formed a groove which contacts the protrusion formed on the base plate. A disc spring or a spherical-seated structure is disposed between the base plate of each friction body and the back plate. Friction bodies are prevented from rotating at their attached places, without adding new components.||12-27-2012|
|20120304821||HARD PARTICLES FOR BLENDING IN SINTERED ALLOY, WEAR-RESISTANT IRON-BASED SINTERED ALLOY CONTAINING HARD PARTICLES, VALVE SEAT FORMED OF SINTERED ALLOY, AND PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING HARD PARTICLES - Hard particles for blending as a starting material in a sintered alloy contain 20 to 40 mass % of molybdenum, 0.5 to 1.0 mass % of carbon, 5 to 30 mass % of nickel, 1 to 10 mass % of manganese, 1 to 10 mass % of chromium, 5 to 30 mass % of cobalt, 0.05 to 2 mass % of yttrium, and the balance being inadvertent impurities and iron.||12-06-2012|
|20120228071||LEAF VALVE STRUCTURE - A leaf valve structure according to this invention comprises an annular valve seat, and a leaf that is seated on the valve seat under a predetermined elastic supporting force against a pressure of a working fluid on an inner side of the valve seat. A recessed depression portion having an opening portion on both an inner periphery of the valve seat and a seating surface of the leaf is formed in the valve seat, thereby creating a site where the pressure of the working fluid on the inner side of the valve seat can act more easily on a seating surface between the valve seat and the leaf valve. Accordingly, an effect of a surface adsorption force applied to the leaf valve by the valve seat on a cracking pressure can be suppressed, and as a result, the leaf valve can be lifted under a stable cracking pressure.||09-13-2012|
|20110024000||POWDER FOR DUST CORE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A powder for a dust core comprising a silicon-containing layer formed within a depth of less than 0.15 D from the surface of the surface layer of a soft magnetic metal powder having a particle diameter D and a method for producing the same are provided.||02-03-2011|
|20100271158||POWDER FOR MAGNETIC CORE, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING POWDER FOR MAGNETIC CORE, AND DUST CORE - A method for manufacturing a powder for a magnetic core including at least a process of performing a siliconizing treatment on a surface of an iron powder containing elemental carbon. In the process of siliconizing treatment, a powder containing at least a silicon dioxide is brought into contact with the surface of the iron powder, elemental silicon is detached from the silicon dioxide by heating the powder of silicon dioxide, and the siliconizing treatment is performed by causing the detached elemental silicon to permeate and diffuse into a surface layer of the iron powder. The invention provides a method for manufacturing a powder for a magnetic core, by which loss reduction is achieved.||10-28-2010|
|20090090435||Process for Producing Magnetic Powder and Process for Producing Dust Core - A process for producing a magnetic powder which is sufficiently reduced in core losses such as iron loss and hysteresis loss and has sufficient strength; and a process for producing a dust core. The process for magnetic powder production comprises using a magnetic-material powder produced by water atomization as a raw powder and subjecting the powder to spheroidizing in which a mechanical impact is applied to the powder to spheroidize the powder particles. After the spheroidizing, the powder is subjected to a grain enlarging treatment in which the powder is annealed at a temperature not lower than the austenite transformation point. The process for dust core production comprises compacting the magnetic powder thus produced.||04-09-2009|
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