Hardox was the world first modern wear plate when launched in 1974. It was an immediate success and ever since, Hardox has been recognised as the leading wear plate. Pure raw materials, the unique quenching process and a well-balanced alloy chemistry contributes to the premium fine grain steel quality of Hardox 400. The combination of wear performance, crack safety and deformation resistance provides your applications with a three-way defence against wear, dents and cracks. It also facilitates high quality welding, cutting and bending. Hardox requires low preheating thanks to the low carbon equivalent. The plate flatness and narrow tolerances facilitates automatic welding, and shortens preparation time for fit up and tacking.
What’s the secret of Hardox’s top performance? The production processes include the state-of-the-art metallurgical cleaning of steel and an unique hardening process, resulting in wear plates with outstanding hardness, toughness and workshop friendliness.
Hardox comes in several thicknesses and grades, such as hardox 400, hardox 450, hardox 500.
Hardox 400 Wear Resistant Plate
Hardox 400 has a typical hardness of 400 HBW. Excellent weldability, impact strength and bend-ability are distinctive features of Hardox 400.
Thickness: 6 – 40 mm
Size: 1500 x 3000mm
2500 x 6000mm
Quarries & open cast mining, Truck bodies, Road building equipment, Underground mining, Excavation buckets, Waste Management, Structural Engineering, Cranes & lifting gear, Freight & transport, Off shore oil exploration,Crushers, sievers, feeders, measuring pockets, skips, cutting edges, conveyors, buckets, knives, gears, sprockets, dumptrucks, loaders, industrial trucks, lorries, bulldozers, excavators, slurry pipe systems, screw conveyors
Hardox 500 Wear Resistant Plate
Hardox 500 is a wear plate that can withstand hard wear and has a typical hardness of 500 HBW. It is well suited for applications in which it is exposed to heavy wear by hard minerals and other abrasive materials.
Crushers, sieves, feeders, measuring pockets, skips, cutting edges, conveyors, buckets, knives, gears, sprockets
|(mm)||max %||max %||max %||max %||max %||max %||max %||max %||max %||typv||typv|
|(4 -13 )||0.27||0.7||1.6||0.025||0.01||1||0.25||0.25||0.004||0.49||0.34|
|(13) – 32||0.29||0.7||1.6||0.025||0.01||1||0.5||0.3||0.004||0.62||0.41|
|(32) – 40||0.29||0.7||1.6||0.025||0.01||1||1||0.6||0.004||0.64||0.43|
|(40) – 80||0.3||0.7||1.6||0.025||0.01||1.5||1.5||0.6||0.004||0.74||0.46|
CEV = C+Mn/6+(Cr+Mo+V)/5+(Cu+Ni)/15
CET = C + (Mn+Mo)/10+(Cr+Cu)/20+ Ni/40
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