High wear resistance steel

Published:  25 September, 2015

WR-Steel from OVAKO is offered as hot-rolled round or flat bar, special profiles and tubes, or as grinding media. The company says its advantages cover a comprehensive range of hardness levels and hardness intervals (350 – 650 HV), dimensions and steels grades.

Boron steel is a large part of the WR-Steel offering, but it also includes grinding media and other mining solutions said to offer superior hardness and consistent composition for optimised performance in demanding applications.

“Ovako created the first boron steels in the 1960s and WR-Steel confirms that we are still the market leaders today,” said Göran Nyström, head of group marketing and technology at Ovako. We understand that, in the manufacturing stage, our customers need to be able to form, shape and weld the steel to fit their product production needs.”

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