Steel retains properties

Published:  24 November, 2015

Ovako_SZ-Steel_2_High-res.jpgOvako says as companies push the limits of performance in cold climates and harsh sub-zero Arctic environments, demand for strong, safe and well-proven materials is on the rise. Components like pipeline bolts, hydraulic parts and offshore lifting devices must offer greater reliability at sub-zero temperatures.

Designed specifically for use in sub-zero applications, SZ-Steel offers high impact strength at extreme cold temperatures of -40°C and below, and is said to be proven at temperatures down to -101C. Ovako says it was awarded the Spotlight on Arctic Technology Award at OTC's Arctic Technology Conference earlier this year, recognising innovative new products that have significantly impacted Arctic exploration and production.

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