High hardness steel plate sheets are mainly used for large-area wear conditions. The wear-resistant layer is usually made of chromium alloy, and some other alloy components such as manganese, molybdenum, niobium, and nickel are added. The high-hardness steel plate is mainly composed of a low-carbon steel plate and an alloy wear-resistant layer, wherein the anti-wear layer generally accounts for 1/3 to 1/2 of the total thickness. When working, the base body provides comprehensive properties such as strength, toughness and plasticity against external forces, and the wear layer provides wear resistance that meets the requirements of the specified working conditions.
In practical applications, the high hardness steel plate not only has good toughness and strong plasticity, but also is a wear-resistant plate product with high hardness and excellent wear resistance. The alloy carbide has strong stability at high temperature, maintains high hardness, and also has good oxidation resistance, and is completely used normally within 500 °C.
High hardness steel plates can be processed by different processes. They are labor-saving, time-saving, convenient and durable in the process of use and maintenance. They are widely used in metallurgy, coal, cement, electric power, glass, mining, building materials, brick and tile industries. Compared with other materials, high hardness steel sheets have high cost performance and have been favored by more and more industries and manufacturers.