BÖHLER S290 MICROCLEAN – “The hard stuff”
The unusual alloy point of this bridge material between carbide and high-speed steel gives it a hardness of up to 70 HRC. In addition to its hot hardness and good wear resistance, its compressive strength is one of the most important properties of this powder-metallurgical high-speed steel class.
High speed steel produced by powder- metallurgy methods with highest red hardness, compressive strength and wear resistance. The PM technology imparts to the material an excellent toughness and machinability properties, e.g. highly satisfactory grindability.
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