What is Wear Plate?
A wear plate is a product that you use to protect your machinery and equipment. Most of the time, you will be using this plate to protect your machine and equipment parts from all kinds of damage. The manufacturing processes of Wear Plates include raw material cutting, welding, inspection or assessment, repair welding, precise cutting, and leveling. These wear plates are made from different materials such as abrasion-resistant steel, aluminum steel, mild steel, etc. There are different types of wear plates such as C954 Aluminium Bronze, 4140QT, 4340QT, AR400, and AR500 are very common.
Wear plates are abrasion-resistant plates or liners that are applied to surfaces that are subjected to harsh impact and rolling abrasion to decrease wear and tear.
Benefits of Wear Plates:
• They can prolong the lifespan of a part of a component
• Wear plates can improve the quality of results
• The size of this plate can be combined or cut to cover any area
• Easy-to-handle size can be installed without heavy lifting equipment
• These plates have a hardness that is used for extreme applications.
These wear plates are easily installed, replaceable, and much less expensive to replace than the machine or part they are intended to protect. They provide some advantages like reduced cost of replacement parts, reduced cost of maintenance, and reduced downtime, and this wear plate increased the output These plates are designed to be useful for a variety of equipment and goods used in mining, earthmoving, and other industrial sectors. These plates are well performed in high temperatures.
Application of Wear Plates:
• General Industry: Liners for bulldozer moldboards, front-end loader buckets
• Mining, cement, and brick industries
• Power plants
• Steel Mills
We maintain huge inventory of all standard sizes and grades. Please send us your complete requirement and we will send you the availability with the best quotes for Wear Sheets and Plates.
Our Wear Plates are used in a wide range of applications and various industries. Below are a few of them:
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