Wear Resistant Nickel Chrome Plating
Wearalloy Nickel Chrome Plus Plate
Wearalloy Nickel Chrome Plus is heat treated, quenched and tempered, thru hardened alloy steel plate. The steel is fully killed, vacuum de-gassed, fine grained and desulphurized. The addition of nickel and chrome provides improved toughness, increased hardenability and better corrosion resistance for wear resistant and abrasion applications.
For welding Wearalloy Nickel Chrome Plus, we recommend that low hydrogen electrodes be used, such as E-70XX, E-80XX, E-90XXL, E-100XX, E-110XX. Pre Heating is recommended on plates thicker than 1- 1/2".
Wearalloy Nickel Chrome Plus is a free-machining plate with standard carbide indexable drills and end mills. As the hardness of the plate increases, it is necessary to decrease the cutting speed and feed depth.
Wearalloy Nickel Chrome Plus can be formed with or perpendicular to the cross grain of the plate. At sharper bends, it is recommended, that forming should be performed, with the axis of bend at right angles to the rolling direction or cross grain of the plate.
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|.18-.26||.50-.92||.015 max||.005 max||.60 max||.85 max||1.40-1.75||.20-.30||.027|
|BHN Hardness||Yield||Tensile||Elongation in the 2"||Color Code|
|440-490 1/4"-2"||180000-230000 psi||216000-240000 psi||14%||Gold|
|Charpy V Notch Data||Energy Absorbed- Ft Lbs|
Thickness: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 1", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 2" Widths: 48", 96" Lengths: 120", 240". 288"
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