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© SKF and voestalpine Wire Technology
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© SKF and voestalpine Wire Technology

SKR and voestalpine produce bearing using hydrogen DRI-based steel

Swedish steel bearing manufacturer SKF and voestalpine Wire Technology have produced a prototype bearing using hydrogen direct reduced iron (DRI)-based steel.

Having explored the potential of hydrogen DRI in bearing production since 2022, the spherical roller bearing was handed over to voestalpine Wire Technology at SKF’s factory in Steyr, Austria.

Used in applications and industries such as marine, mining and construction, the bearings use steel as a primary material in their production.

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