BRINAR

BRINAR is wear-resistant, water-quenched and tempered steel produced by the Salzgitter Group. The high strength and good possibility of further working this steel is achieved by heating the material to 900°C and then cooling it in a water-quenching plant and if necessary subjecting it to tempering heat treatment.
Wearing parts made of BRINAR steels are used in mining machines (stone mills, conveyors/materials handling systems) ; in cement works (mixers, screens, hoppers) and also in the steel industry (scrap presses, vibrating screens, crushers).

BRINAR is produced in different grades.

BRINAR 400

Is produced up to a thickness of 80mm. The surface hardness at room temperature is 360 – 440 Brinell. Cold working by bending or roll bending is possible provided the manufacturer’s instructions are complied with. Hot working is possible at 850-1000°C. However, the material must then be hardened and tempered. That type can be cut thermally and welded with each standard procedure. In case of thermal cutting and welding the plate must be preheated from a thickness of 30mm.

BRINAR 450

Is produced up to 80mm thick. The surface hardness at room temperature is 410 – 490 Brinell. Cold working by bending or roll bending is possible provided the manufacturer’s instructions are complied with. It can be cut thermally and welded with each standard procedure. In case of thermal cutting and welding the plate must be preheated from a thickness of 10mm.

BRINAR 500

Is produced up to a thickness of 60mm. The surface hardness at room temperature is 480 Brinell. Cold working by bending is possible provided the manufacturer’s instructions are complied with. That sort can be cut thermally and welded with each standard procedure. In case of thermal cutting and welding the plate must be preheated from a thickness of 10mm.