Ni-hard Wear Blade Material Grade: AS2027 Ni-hard4-600 Production Process: Investment process Hardness: ≥ HRC56 Surface Finish: Appro.Ra12.5 Size Tolerance: as per CT5-12 Material Group: NiCr White Iron ASTM A532 Class I Type C, AS2027 NiCr4-600 Heat treatment Process: quenching & tempering treatment to achieve higher hardness and ideal impact value. Hardness:≥HB600 Microstructure: Fine Martensitic + […]
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Bi-metallic Wearing Bar – Wear bar is a combination of high chromium (700 brunell) white iron bonded to a mild steel weldable backing plate. Wear bars and blocks are available in thicknesses ranging from 25mm to 100mm, widths from 25mm to 300mm wide and in varying lengths.Popular for use in rock box protection, impact areas and transfer points, bars can be provided with Nelson studs with size and and location to suit.
Available in a wide range of sizes, can be used in a combination of our standard lengths to create layouts and patterns. Perfect for corners, edges and hard to reach places, use Bimetallic Wear Bar and Blocks wherever you need impact and wear resistance.
Wear Bars are available in thicknesses ranging from 25mm to 100mm, widths from 25mm to 300mm wide and in varying lengths. They can be stud bolted to suit fitment needs. They offer superior wear life when compared to conventional alloys such as manganese steel, Ni-hard, Q&T bars and clad overlay strips.
Wear Bars offer a cost effective solutions to wear problems.
Made of the lamination of chrome moly white iron bonded to a mild steel backing plate, the Wear bars are great time savers, with the ability to patch areas on machinery and equipment to help them last longer, reduce the downtime and increase productivity.
The chrome-moly white iron with finished minimum hardness of 63HRC or 700 BHN, delivers maximum abrasion protection, while the steel backing plate absorbs high impact and facilitates ease of fitting and use. white iron wear bar
The bonding shear strength is over 30,500 psi (or 210 Mpa) and will not separate.
Wear bar offer superior wear life when compared to conventional alloys such as manganese steel,Ni-hard and clad overlay strips.
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