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Claas/Klincke: Wire in a new dimension.

  • CHQ wire

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    FThis is used to manufacture connecting elements and cold-formed parts with exacting requirements for cold workability. These wires are distinguished by optimal conditions in the material structure, surface quality, geometry and mechanical properties.

  • THROUGH-HARDENABLE ROLLER BEARING WIRE RODS

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    For the production of rolling elements such as needle rollers, balls and various roller bodies. The ingot and strand cast material deployed for them is exclusively sourced from certified suppliers of precursor materials.

  • Heat-treatable spring steel wire

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    For the production of springs with special properties. Cr-, V- and Mo-alloyed variants. Execution with the highest degrees of spheroidization.

  • Tool steel wire

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    For the production of high-quality tools such as screwdriver blades, offset screwdrivers, drills, punching dies, chisels, knives or extrusion tools. Cr-, V- and Mo-alloyed variants with very good forming properties.

  • C-wire

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    Quality steel wires for the production of sophisticated products by bending, compression, rolling or embossing. C-ranges are available from 0.02 % to 0.95 % on an infinitely sliding scale.

 

History

The two companies CLAAS and KLINCKE stand for a wire tradition in Altena that spans centuries. While wire was already being drawn at CLAAS in 1738, its production at KLINCKE did not begin until 1837. This tradition has been upheld by the Falz family since 1989, the year they acquired the Max W. Claas GmbH & Co. KG company, followed by Hermann Klincke J. H. Sohn GmbH & Co. KG in 1995.