The bimetal composite wear-resistant steel plate is a composite wear-resistant laminate formed by bonding up to 20-30% of a chromium carbide alloy to a suitable steel substrate by means of an electric arc. The laminated layer of the laminate is uniform in material and regular in appearance. The carbide in the metallographic structure of the wear-resistant layer is fibrous and perpendicular to the surface, and the surface hardness can reach above HRC62, and the hard alloy with high chromium content is wear-resistant. Composite panels are suitable for use in extremely abrasive environments.
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