Wear-resistant steel plate


Release time:

2022-02-11

Wear-resistant steel plates are mainly divided into alloy wear-resistant steel plates and composite wear-resistant steel plates. Alloy wear-resistant steel plate has NM400, JFE-EH400, Dillidur 400, etc., composite wear-resistant steel plate is a layer of wear-resistant alloy layer surfacing on ordinary steel plate, also known as bimetallic wear-resistant steel plate.

Wear-resistant steel plates are mainly divided into alloy wear-resistant steel plates and composite wear-resistant steel plates. Alloy wear-resistant steel plate has NM400, JFE-EH400, Dillidur 400, etc., composite wear-resistant steel plate is a layer of wear-resistant alloy layer surfacing on ordinary steel plate, also known as bimetallic wear-resistant steel plate.
 
No matter what kind of wear-resistant steel plate, the surface may not look much different from ordinary steel plate, but its function and composition are poor. So, what is the difference between wear-resistant steel plate and ordinary steel plate?
 
1. Different steel grades
 
All steel plates are cast with molten steel, cooled and extruded. According to the thickness, it can be roughly divided into thin plate, medium and thick plate, extra thick plate, etc., and according to the function and composition can be divided into ordinary steel plate, alloy steel plate, wear-resistant steel plate, stainless steel, etc.
 
Among them, wear-resistant steel plate belongs to the category of steel plate, which has excellent wear resistance, impact resistance and toughness. Bimetallic wear-resistant steel plate is a special steel plate that belongs to post-treatment steel plate.

 

 

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