Date：2021.07.12 Source：Haitu Steel
The wear-resistant steel plate has high wear resistance and good impact performance. It can be cut, bent, welded, etc. It can be connected to other structures by welding, plug welding, bolting, etc., which saves time during the maintenance site. And convenience, widely used in metallurgy, coal, cement, electric power, glass, mining, building materials, bricks and other industries. Compared with other materials, it saves more running time, improves higher production efficiency, and extends longer. The service life, reducing less maintenance and maintenance, has been favored by more and more industries and manufacturers.
Medium and low alloy wear resistant steels usually contain chemical elements such as silicon, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, vanadium, tungsten, nickel, titanium, boron, copper, and rare earths. The liners of many large and medium-sized ball mills in the United States are made of chromium-molybdenum-silicon-manganese or chromium-molybdenum steel. Most grinding balls in the United States are made of medium and high carbon chromium molybdenum steel. Workpieces that work under abrasive wear conditions at higher temperatures (such as 200-500 ° C) or work surfaces that are subjected to higher temperatures due to frictional heat can be alloyed with chromium-molybdenum-vanadium, chromium-molybdenum-vanadium-nickel or chromium-molybdenum-vanadium-tungsten Grinding steel plate, this type of steel has a secondary hardening effect when it is tempered at medium or high temperature after quenching.
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