What Is Wear Steel Parts?
Wear Steel Parts, also name as wear resistant parts, AR steel parts, are manufactured by using optimum wear resistant materials such as Hardox, Wear steel plate, Strenx performance steel, Toolox, Engineering and tool steel, chromium and complex carbide overlays, or a combination.
In spite of careful maintenance, damages on the surface of the equipment such as grinding, scratching and knocking will always happen in the daily use. In addition, destructions can also be caused by thermal effects like heat or cold or other chemical reactions, and by wear like cracks, holes which is irreparable.
In this way, wear parts are produced to make it possible to just replace the single component rather than the whole machine for cost saving.
At AHL STEEL, we manufacture high wear resistant parts with high precision wear resistant processing based on hard materials like HARDOX to the market at competitive price. We offer wear steel parts in variety of shapes and sizes to serve different environment.
What Wear Steel Parts Can We Manufacture?
We service all industries providing wear resistant parts for situations where steel meets abrasive material. Whether you are in mining, quarry, construction, forestry, coal or any other industry where abrasion is an issue, AHL hardox wear parts will keep your construction equipment benefit from long-term use of parts with very little wear and tear. Our wear solutions are your guarantee of maximum performance and service life for all your wear-critical applications.
- Cement Manufacture Plant: Funnels/hoppers/Crushers/Chutes/Screens/Mixers
- Engineering: Railway wagons/Transport containers/tanks/Tipping truck bodies/Pontoons/Crane jibs
- Construction Plant: Dump truck bodies/Excavator buckets for wheel loaders/Lightweight excavator buckets/Backfilling blades for earth moving plant/Heavy truck tipping bodies with wear plates/Crushing and screening plants/Hammers/Crushing mills/Side armour plating/Side cladding for hoppers/Excavator blades/Stone crushing mills
- Metal Industry: Crushing mills/Vibrating screens/Scrap presses
- Others: Air lock gates/Drying kilns
Raw Materials of Wear Resistant Parts
Wear parts are commonly made of AR400/ AR450/ AR500 /AR550 or NM400/ NM450/ NM500/ NM550 wear steel plate.
Some wear materials are targeted at special wear conditions, while others are all-around performers. Wear plate has excellent wear resistance for all impact angles up to a working temperature of around 300℃.For temperatures above that and up to 590℃, Toolox would be a more suitable choice.
Hard facing wear resistant parts have good wear resistance to sliding and moderate impact wear up to a temperature of around 500℃. Beyond this temperature, special Hi Temp hard facing grades can be used up to 900℃.
Properties of Wear Resistant Steel
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Inspection Certificate of Abrasion Resistant Steel
Contact Us for More Information
If you are shopping around for wear resistant parts, take your time to contact us at AHL STEEL, which has over 20 years of experience in the production, and application of cemented carbide wear components. We offer tailor-made wear resistant components, tailored services, and application development expertise to support customer’s needs. And we can suggest the ideal parts to meet specific customer demands, such as extra wear-resistance. Our suggestions would be very accurate, regardless of what you request for.
The procedure you may follow:
1. Select your industry, equipment, wear part
2. Complete dimensions and materials required
3. Request quote
Note: You can select from standard ar steel parts or even upload your customized drawings.
Once you have added your wear parts to the cart, you submit a request for a quote. You will be contacted to finalize the details of your order request, with prices, delivery conditions and other services such as onsite installation, if required.
We are available via email and telephone, and look forward to assisting you with better understanding of the wear resistant parts. Give us a call or send us an email for more information NOW!