Our services – Solutions made for you

Abraservice has expertise along every step of the solution process - from thoroughly analyzing your requirements to the supply of finished parts ready for fitting. We offer technical support and engineering services whilst keeping an extensive range of materials such as abrasion-resistant steels, high strength steels, weathering steel, engineering and tool steel as well as tubes and bars.

Sit back and trust the quality of our work

Enjoy on-time delivery thanks to local stock that enables secure and quick distribution. Our experience, processing capabilities and industrial understanding enables us to propose the most suitable and cost effective, fully tailored solution for each client.

Abraservice meets the requirements of customers who work in highly demanding environments, where quality and durability of parts is absolutely necessary. Customers include the steel industry, mines and quarries, cement works, handling, lifting and transportation, civil engineering, sugar refinery, agricultural machines, and paper mills.

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Rely on a long-term partner

Abraservice believes in building long lasting relationships with its clients. We offer continued support following delivery and during service in established locations across Europe.

We strive to identify bespoke solutions to support specific requirements and increase the service life of your equipment.

We offer all of the following engineering processes at top quality standards

Press and roll bending

Bending

Bending process is the fastest and cheapest way to achieve required shape of steel part. By bending it is possible to avoid welding which always have negative influence on steel properties. This process allows to form different shapes and stiffeners without additional processing. If we want to have exact angle on our bent part we use press break and for round parts we apply bending on rolls. When we bend steels with high strength we need to use proper dimensions of tools as well as remember about two or three times higher required bending force.

Drilling and CNC machining

Drilling/CNC-machining

Machining allows to process steel parts in order to achieve designed component dimensions and shape. With this process we can make drilling, taping, counter boring and counter sinking as well as milling and beveling. Machining of high hardness steels requires proper tools and cooling. For steels up to 450 HBW it is possible to use HSS + 8 % Co tools but if we want to increase productivity tungsten carbide tip tools are recommended. When we go over 500 HBW it is recommended to apply only tungsten carbide tip tools.

Bevelling

Bevelling

This process involves cutting the edge of a steel part in order to achieve certain angle. Beveling can be performed by thermal cutting methods such as: flame, plasma and laser as well as water jet cutting or mechanically – CNC machining and bevellers. It is an important process especially for companies which weld wear parts. By doing this they are able to produce welding groves making components ready to assemble. Other companies requiring beveling are those which us them as cutting edges. For wear resistant steels it is recommended to use beveling process which has the lowest heat input so mechanical beveling is recommended for small and complex parts. Bevels done by thermal cutting are preferably applied in big parts where a heat affected zone is not decisive for final utility properties.

Laser cutting

Laser cutting

It is most advanced thermal cutting process allowing to cut very fast with low heat input. During laser cutting steel is burned and blew from cutting edge. The laser beam is so focused that heat affected zone is very narrow and cut edge looks perfect. Laser cutting gives highest precision and allows to cut steels from 0.5 up to 30 mm.

Plasma cutting

Plasma cutting

This method works different than other thermal cutting processes. Formed plasma has a dozen of thousands degrees Celsius. That way cut steel is melted by very high temperature and blew away from cut edge. It allows to cut plates more than 5 times faster in comparison with flame cutting. Plasma cutting forms narrower heat affected zone due to low heat input of the method. Allows to cut steels from 0.5 up to 160 mm.

flame cutting

Flame cutting

It is most common thermal cutting method. During the process, gas burner heats up steel and when it starts to burn, gas blows melted steel and cutting it that way into two pieces. Flame cutting allows to cut thick plates with very good quality and the cut is perpendicular. Depending on what burner is used, it is possible to cut steels from 3 to even 300 mm.

Welded fabrications

Welded fabrications

By welding it is possible to join different steel grades and thicknesses. A bond is created by heating and melting welded edges by adding melted filler material. While the weld joint is cooling down we achieve a continuous joint which keeps welded parts together. There are different welding processes which are commonly used. Depending on the application and what kind of steels we weld there are different consumables which provide a wide range of weld joint properties. For wear resistant steels it is recommended to use mild steel consumables with hydrogen content below 5 ml/100 g of filler metal.

press and roll bending

Press and roll bending

Water jet cutting

Water jet cutting

Water jet cutting allows to cut every steel as well as many other natural or ceramic materials. During cutting, water is mixed with special sand and blown with high pressure. That way we achieve very narrow cut with tight cutting tolerances. This method is the best solution if we want to avoid heat affected zone after cutting. Water jet cutting is very slow method and rather designated for special wear parts which should keep nominal hardness after cutting.

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