Material: low carbon steel substrate + chromium carbide alloy layer
Common specifications: 5+3, 6+4, 6+6, 8+3, 8+4, 8+5, 8+6, 8+8, 10+6, 10+10 (can also be made according to user requirements)
Plate size: 1400X3000mm, 1400X3400mm (can also be made according to user requirements)
Wear-resistant layer alloy composition: C: 5.0%, Cr: 27-35%,
Martensite matrix + a large amount of Cr7C3 type carbides up to 60%
The picture shows the microscopic metallographic structure of the chromium carbide wear-resistant steel plate, and the white is the hard phase of chromium carbide.
Hardness: alloy layer macro hardness HRC57-65, carbide hardness HV1400-1800
Wear resistance: 20-25 times of low carbon steel, 8-12 times of stainless steel and high manganese steel, 1.5 times or more than ordinary high carbon and high chromium wear resistant steel plate
High temperature resistance: ordinary type <600 ° C; high temperature type <1000 ° C.
Impact resistance: The wear-resistant alloy layer is completely metallurgically bonded to the substrate, resists strong impact, and does not have to worry about falling off. Machinability: can be welded, cut, curled, perforated
1. Welding, which can be welded into various structural parts or parts by welding of the base layer steel plate.
2. Mechanical connection, using a plasma cutting gun to punch holes in the wear-resistant composite steel plate, bolted to the protected equipment for easy maintenance and replacement.