Bohler K110-high-carbon high-chromium cold-tube tool steel of Austrian-Swedish concern Böhler-Uddeholm obtained by electroslag remelting, which ensures low micro and macro segregation, as well as the purity and homogeneity of the microstructure. Simply put, it contains less harmful impurities and evenly distributed carbides. Unlike K340 has a greater hardness, but slightly lower viscosity. Used to make knives above the average price range. Typical range of hardness of 59-62 HRc.
C (1.55) Cr(11.80) Mo(0.80) Mn(0.35) V (0.95) Si(0.25)