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Federal Carbide Company

814-684-7600 / 800-631-3640
Fax: 814-684-9400
inquiry@federalcarbide.com

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Terms Of Sale

F.O.B. Point of Shipment

PRICING:
Prices of all products are subject to quotation. Products supplied are priced in quantity brackets according to the total quantity of identical pieces on any one order release. Prices are subject to change without notice. Minimum value per order is $250.00.

DESCRIPTION:
To expedite processing of your order, please submit complete specifications, prints, quantity and grade desired.

QUOTATIONS:
We invite inquiries for quotations for your tungsten carbide requirements. Quotations are subject to thirty (30) days acceptance.

WARRANTY:
Federal Carbide Company products are warranted to be free from material and workmanship defects. This warranty is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties whether expressed or implied by operation of law or otherwise including any warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. If any product fails to meet specifications, or is defective in any way, it may be returned to the factory for inspection upon receipt of definite shipping instructions. A fair and equitable adjustment, or full replacement will be made if found defective. Federal Carbide Company shall not be liable for damage, loss or expense directly or indirectly arising from the use of the material or from any other cause, the exclusive responsibility of Federal Carbide Company being to require the replacement or repair of defective material. The purchaser shall waive any claim on account of defective material or workmanship or from any other cause unless made in writing within thirty (30) days of receipt of the goods to which such a claim relates.

METALWORKING SAFETY

In metalworking, safety is a prime consideration of all concerned. Although every possible precaution is taken in their manufacturing, under certain stress conditions fracturing or even failure of an insert or tool may occur. Care should be exercised to protect operators and observers against harmful projectiles such as broken workpieces, hot or sharp flying fragments, or carbide chips. Employers and operators should follow the recommended standards for the safe use of metalworking machines and tools to help insure their safest possible operation.

 

 

 
Federal Carbide Company • One Eagle Ridge Road • Tyrone, Pennsylvania 16686 USA
814-684-7600 / 800-631-3640 Fax: 814-684-9400 • inquiry@federalcarbide.comwww.federalcarbide.com