Deutsche Edelstahlwerke (DEW)

About Deutsche Edelstahlwerke (DEW)

Deutsche Edelstahlwerke (DEW) is one of the world’s leading producers and processors of special steel long products and belongs to the Swiss Steel Group. In the three materials groups – engineering steel, tool steel and stainless, acid and heat resistant steel – Deutsche Edelstahlwerke offers international customers a uniquely wide range of product dimensions, from drawn wire with a diameter of 4.5 mm to open-die forgings with a diameter of 1,100 mm. As a partner with technical competence in steel, Deutsche Edelstahlwerke develops innovative, individual special steel solutions for complex high-tech applications and offers services ranging from steelmaking to extensive steel processing and steel finishing.


Green Steel - The path to more sustainability

Our Green Steel is produced with low CO2 in the electric arc furnace with electricity from 100% renewable energy sources and from recycled scrap. It only produces about 110 kg of CO2 per ton of crude steel, which is over 90% below the global average!
You want to buy Green Steel?


 


Through continuous improvement processes we have been working for years to reduce CO2 emissions in our own production. As a result, energy consumption in the company has been reduced by almost 100 million KWh/a in recent years and CO2 emissions by around 30,000 t/a as a result..


Four of the best

Deutsche Edelstahlwerke is the leading producer of long high-grade steel products. The products range from drawn wire with a diameter of 5.0 mm all the way to forged products with a diameter of 1100 mm.

This wide product range makes our offering unique in the world and gives our customers a decisive advantage: with us, they can get everything from a single source.


Tool steels

As one of the world's largest producers of tool steel, we supply exactly the steels that our customers need for their individual products, with properties accurately tailored to the respective application.



 



Stainless, acid and heat-resistant steels

Stainless, acid and heat-resistant steels from Deutsche Edelstahlwerke are always in demand when extreme technical requirements are imposed on the material. Because of their outstanding chemical corrosion and mechanical properties, these steel grades are particularly used in the chemical industry, mechanical engineering, the food processing industry, power engineering, medical equipment, traffic engineering and the offshore sector.



 



High-grade structural and anti-friction bearing steels

Automotive engineering, mechanical engineering and gearbox construction would today be almost inconceivable without high-grade structural steels and anti-friction bearing steels from Deutsche Edelstahlwerke. Made-to-measure processing and service properties are achieved by precise setting of the chemical composition and by special production and test conditions.



 



Special materials

Ferro-Titanit is the name of the carbide-alloyed materials of Deutsche Edelstahlwerke produced by powder metallurgy, uniting the properties of steel and cemented carbides.



 


Company profile

Number of employees

1000+

Year founded

2016

Type

Manufacturer and Distributor

Patents

DEW worldwide patent portfolio consisted of appr. 27 granted patents and 18 pending patents

Quality certifications

https://www.dew-stahl.com/en/company/certificates-approvals/qm-um-certificates

Certifications

ISO 9001

, ISO 13485

, IATF 16949

, AS 9100D

Material Categories

Additionally: plastic mould steel, hot work tool steels, cold work tool steels, high speed steels, PM-steels, austenitic steels, ferritic steels, martensitic steels, duplex steels, heat-resistant steels, creep-resistant steels, non-magnetic steels, valve steels, aerospace steels, bearing steels, spring steels, chain steels, nitriding steels, precipitation-hardening ferritic-perlitic steels, cold upsetting/ cold extrusion steels, case-hardening steels, heat-treatable steels, special materials, ballistic steels, Ferro-Titanit, Nikrodur, Kombidur, dental alloys (Ni-, Co-based), filler materials and welding consumables, stainless steel

Applications

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Grades provided by the supplier

Grade Shape Equivalent Materials Standard / Norm 

Acidur 4057

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4057, DIN 1.4057, AISI 431, JIS SUS431, SS 2321, AFNOR Z15CN16-02, BS 321S31, BS 431S29, EN X17CrNi16-2, UNS S43100, GOST 20Ch17N2, UNE F3427, SAE 431

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A479, ASME SA479, ASTM A276, ASME SA276, JIS G4303

Acidur 4122

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4122, DIN 1.4122, EN X39CrMo17-1

EN 10088-3

Acidur 4301

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4301, DIN 1.4301, AISI 304, ASTM F304, JIS SUS304, UNS S30400, BS 304S15, BS 304S31, SS 2333, DIN X5CrNi18-10, EN X5CrNi18-10

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

Acidur 4305

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4305, DIN 1.4305, ASTM 303, UNS S30300, AISI 303, AFNOR Z8CNF18-09, UNI X10CrNiS18-9, UNE F3508, DIN X8CrNiS18-9, EN X8CrNiS18-9, BS 303S22, SS 2346

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, ASTM A582

Acidur 4307

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4307, DIN 1.4307, AISI 304L, ASTM F304L, SS 2352, AFNOR Z3CN19-09, BS 304S11, UNS S30403, DIN X2CrNi18-9, EN X2CrNi18-9

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

Acidur 4401

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4401, ASTM 316, ASTM F316, BS 316S31, AFNOR Z7CND17-11-02, AFNOR Z7CND17-12-02, JIS SUS316, SS 2347, UNE F3534, UNS S31600, AISI 316

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

Acidur 4404

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4404, ASTM 316L, ASTM F316L, AFNOR Z3CND17-11-02, SS 2348, BS 316S11, JIS SUS316L, UNS S31603, AISI 316L

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

Acidur 4418

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4418, DIN 1.4418, AFNOR Z6CND16-05-01, EN X4CrNiMo16-5-1, SS 2387

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272

Acidur 4435

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4435, DIN 1.4435, ASTM 316L, ASTM F316L, BS 316S11, BS 316S13, AISI 316, SS 2353, AFNOR Z3CND17-12-03, AFNOR Z3CND18-14-03, GOST 03Ch17N14M3, UNS S31603, AISI 316L, UNE F3533

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

Acidur 4462

Bar, Plate

EN 1.4462, DIN 1.4462, UNS S31803, UNS S32205, Alloy 2205, JIS SUS329J3L, ASTM F51, BS 320S13, EN X2CrNiMoN22-5-3, SS 2377, AFNOR Z3CND22-05Az

EN 10088-3, EN 10088-5, EN 10272, ASTM A182, ASTM A276, ASTM A479, ASME SA182, ASME SA276, ASME SA479, NACE MR 0103, NACE MR 0175, ISO 15156-3, ISO 17945, EN 10222-5, EN 10250-4, JIS G4303

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