By the fact that wear protection with the same hardness offers a better cost-benefit ratio. Because the alloy performs better in critical details. And the surface supports the process.
That should be your primary question when inquiring about nickel-based alloys. Our answer: ten times larger than those of the competition. They act as a particularly dense protective shield against abrasive forces. And with the same hardness.
This question should be asked for iron-based alloys. Then compare the concentration and size of the ceramic phases. Both are significantly higher with Reiloy. Your advantage: better wear protection for the same price.
• Longer wear protection at the same price
Verifiable, longer barrel life
Precise matching of materials and their additives
Alloys with powders developed in-house
Process-optimizing surface with exceptional honing pattern
The best cost-benefit ratio in the industry