Tool Steels Forgings

Tool steels are designed to have high hardness and durability under severe service conditions. Alloying addition up to 50% can be found on highly alloyed tool steels including forged high Carbon steel, Chromium, Tungsten and Molybdenum as the main alloying elements. According to AISI specification there are nine main tool steels groups: Molybdenum high-speed (M), Tungsten (T) high-speed, Intermediate high-speed (M), Chromium hot-work (H), Tungsten hot-work (T), Molybdenum hot-work (H), Air Hardening (A), High Carbon- High Chromium (D) and Low Carbon Mold Steels.

FRISA carries a full inventory of tool steel grades ready to be forged into various types of shapes, including seamless rolled rings, bars, discs, blocks, shafts and more. Our top-notch forging technology and capabilities allow us to manufacture custom tool steels forgings to your specific needs and specifications.

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tool steels forgings

Tool Steels

Grade UNS Number DIN Werkstoff Nr
H 13T20813X40CrMoV 5-11.2344
P20T5162040CrMnNiMo8-6-41.2311
L6T6120655NiCrMoV61.2713

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Advantages

  • High hardness
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Deformation resistant in high temperatures

FRISA Quality Management System:

FRISA supplies tool steel forgings. As an ISO registered company, one of our value-added services includes destructive and non-destructive testing to ensure our products are manufactured to the highest quality.