Features & Benefits
Raex steel structures are designed to work well in the harshest conditions with extremely abrasive wear and tear; moreover, the wear resistance properties of Raex steels significantly extend the service life of the equipment and reduce costs. Raex reduces weight compared to mild steel and increases the service life of steel structures; In other words, lightweight components generally increase the load carrying capacity by 10-20 percent and make a positive contribution in both economic and environmental factors in vehicles where this steel is used.
Raex is a steel that perfectly combines hardness, toughness and machinability, the hardness minimizes wear as the edges of abrasive materials do not cut the plate easily, and the wear resistance remains the same as the material remains equally hard throughout its service life; moreover, Raex is suitable for all structures and surfaces subject to wear and tear; It can also be used as a structural component, thanks to its excellent forming properties and toughness; that is, both a wear-resistant component and a damper body structurally bearing a load can only be made of Raex if desired.
Raex steels are ideal for lining equipment parts, such as crushers or bunkers, impact surfaces, conveyor belts, and therefore a grade of steel suitable for use in the mining industry. For example, trucks and machines that transport heavy materials suffer from excessive wear, while thinner Raex plates with higher strength will reduce overall weight and increase payload.
Efficiency plays an important role in the recycling process, and when this steel is used as recycling equipment, it is also used in this field as it will allow it to reduce costs, extend its service life and optimize production. Also as another area of use, agricultural machinery and equipment are subject to constant wear and stress, and the machine is extremely vulnerable to wear during tough fieldwork; Therefore, Raex is tough and flexible, extending equipment life and reducing the frequency and cost of replacing wearing parts.
Despite their high strength, Raex wear resistant steels can be formed and joined using conventional machining techniques; Also, whether you will weld, bend or machine the material, you can expect reliable performance. Raex steel is easily machined with high-speed steel tools, thanks to its properties, drilling, countersinking, tapping, turning and milling using traditional machining techniques. Raex wear-resistant steel provides easy automatic welding with tight thickness tolerances and good flatness and shortens assembly and assembly time.
In addition, these steels are very suitable for free and roller bending due to their uniform properties such as narrow thickness tolerances and smooth surface and cutting properties of Raex wear resistant steels; It can be cut both hot and cold and recommended methods are oxyfuel, plasma or laser cutting.