Strong & Tough

Maraging steel is an iron-based family of steels based on a composition of iron and 18 % nickel with additions of cobalt, molybdenum and titanium plus other elements. The maraging process transforms the alloy to martensite with subsequent age hardening. Click on an image below for more info.

Maraging Steels Range.

High Hardenability

Maraging steels are characterised by ultra-high-strength, and simple ageing treatment which minimises distortion, high levels of toughness, moderate corrosion resistance (similar to that of standard martensitic steels), good machinability (usually in the annealed condition) and good weldability.

High hardenability is also a feature due to the materials high alloy content.

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We are smarter than your average stockholder with a sizeable volume of certifications & approvals to substantiate this claim. We have supply approvals from the world's major OEMs across a wide range of industries.

We stock products in both metric and imperial measurements which are closer in incremental steps. This means that we have products in stock which will be closer to your size requirements which may negate the need to machine the material down.

By combining the power of our material stock, bespoke IT platform and processing options, we tailor supply packages which makes your supply chain more efficient and cost-effective.