High Hardness Steel Plate
Wear resistant steel plates are manufactured by welding one or multiple abrasion resistant layers on a medium or low carbon steel base plate. The overlay alloy has a high amount of chromium carbide hard particles. These particles are distributed evenly throughout the layer, creating a strong microstructure.
Wear Resistant Steel is made out of iron ore, carbon, and other alloying elements, similar to other types of steel. The iron ore is melted in a blast furnace which removes undesirable substances that may be in the ore. Carbon and other alloying elements are added during this time. Abrasion resistant steels in particular have extra amounts of carbon and alloying elements such as chromium and manganese. The increased amounts help to make the steel less susceptible to wear. Substances that prevent oxidation are also added to the molten pool. Following all of this, the molten abrasion resistant steel is shaped, heat treated and cut.
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