Wear-resistant steel

Also known as abrasion-resistant steels are quenched steels to obtain hard martensitic microstructure. Due to high hardness, they have high mechanical properties which allow them to increase the lifetime of wear parts as well as significantly decrease the weight of equipment. Despite high hardness, abrasion-resistant steels can be bent, welded, cut, and machined with all common methods.

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Hardox® wear plate

Its incomparable hardness and impact strength ensures high productivity, enhanced durability and an extended service life for the product. Hardox® is a trademark of the SSAB group of companies.

Abramax Cr plates

Abramax® Cr

It is a uniquely strong and exceptional product that offers high hardness, impact strength, heat resistance and increased protection in corrosive environments.

Duroxite overlay


Product range is targeted at different types of wear, such as abrasion, impact, heat, metal-to-metal and erosion wear. Duroxite® is particularly well suited to fighting sliding wear from exceptionally hard particles such as minerals containing quartz.

ROC steel


ROC™ wear resistant steel, available in three steel grades, is delivered in quenched condition. This ensures the steel achieves martensitic microstructure, which gives very high hardness. The strictly controlled chemical alloying and hardening process guarantees high wear resistance as well as good impact strength and processing.

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ROC Mn contains 11–14 % Manganese, over quenched, fully austenitic. It’s non-magnetic, hardened steel with an exceptionally high level of wear resistance when subjected to impact or high pressure.