First commercial application of Idrha+ rail treatment

The Idrha+ process produces rails with improved contact fatigue and wear resistance.

CHINA: A thermal rail hardening process developed by Siemens Metals Technologies and Centro Sviluppo Materiali is to be brought into commercial use for the first time at the Baotou Iron & Steel rail mill in Inner Mongolia.

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