Complex-Carbide Overlay Plate
The bimetallic (meaning two types of metals) product starts with standard steel base plate that is then fused or overlaid with chromium carbide. chromium carbide metal lurgically bonds to the steel’s surface to form a protective and durable surface that will not separate from the base metal. Chromium carbide overlay steel plate is extremely hard, resistant to both wear and impact, and withstands high temperatures.
Feature of wear resistant alloy plate: (High wear resistance) 12-20 times higher than common plate;
5-10 times than low alloy steel plate; 2-3 times than high chromium cast iron plate.
The wear resistant bimetal hardfacing palte's Rockwell hardness HRA80-90, hardness second only to diamond, and the wear-resistant is far more than wear-resistant steel and stainless steel.