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There are MANGANESE – 12-14 % PLATES, which are the steel sheets that have manganese content, and these plates are made of a high-grade manganese steel alloy, which is excellent in work hardening and is an excellent abrasion-resisting steel, and we at tronix alloys manufacture large quantities of these plates. As part of our manufacturing process, we make use of the highest quality tools and machinery, including plasma cutting, which is very effective in achieving fine, clean cuts, and we manufacture these plates in large quantities. Additionally, we are also traders of mechanical products, and we are one of the largest manufacturers of these products in the world, supplying various countries on a huge scale.
In order to produce these plates, the raw materials are sourced from the finest ores and refined by using highly capable working tools that are used in their manufacture. Steel plates undergo a variety of different processes as part of their processing. These steps involve cutting, forming, drilling, machining, and grinding. In all cases, these steps are carried out by advanced machines with the latest technology.
There are also prefabricated steel plates available from tronix alloys which are made to a very high standard of preciseness, which ensures that the plates are formed very precisely in accordance with the customer’s application for the formation.
There is 12-14 % of manganese content in these high manganese plates. They are austenitic types of steel and are not magnetic at all. Therefore, they are very suitable for use in the ‘were’ applications. When abrasion occurs in these situations, it can lead to work hardening by causing high-impact or gouging abrasion conditions. Manganese steel plates are able to harden when their surfaces are repeatedly exposed to impact or abrasion, and this can cause the plate to become hardened. Besides the fact that it is displaying a higher strength than its tensile strength, this steel can also exert a greater level of toughness that doesn’t come from the tensile strength of its material. It is able to absorb shock waves safely and it is also very ductile in nature.
We supply these plates all over the world in different conditions and conditions of supply, including water quenched under very high pressure over manganese steel, and we supply these plates all over the world. These steel plates are austenitic in structure and they are lacking the ability to be magnetic. These plates are supplied in a Brinell hardness range of up to 200HB, and they are accounted for when they are supplied. In the long run, these materials will become hardened following repeated use while increasing their hardness value up to 500 HB, which is considered a very high number when it comes to hardness values.
A good quality packaging option is provided by tronixalloy.com to their customers even in remote and hilly areas. The plates are provided in the form of cases, boxes or crates made of wood, metal, or steel. We are providing these plates in the form of manganese – 12-14 percent plates. These boxes can be constructed in any material you like. A thermoplastic or cardboard box is another option. These boxes are made with the dimensions of steel plates. The plates are then bundled together with nylon rope or any other type of material. A large amount of these plates are being delivered in bulk to various customers at different locations using huge vehicles. The documentation regarding the trade as well as the warranty and quality assurance documents are handed over to the client prior to the delivery of these plates to the customer.
There are several advantages to using manganese steel wear plates, such as the fact that they are highly abrasion-resistant, non-magnetic, and have deep hardness. The steel wear plates have maximum wear life as well as great toughness.
There are minimum yield strengths of 90ksi and tensile strengths of 132ksi on the plates. The manganese wear-resistant steel plate has 250HBW Brinell hardness. The material is mainly renowned for its work-hardening abilities and its resistance to scratching abrasion. These qualities make it popular under well-known names like Hadfield Manganese Plate.
With the manganese plates, the hardness of the pipes can be three to four times higher than in mild steel pipes. Depending on the customer’s requirements, we can provide manganese steel plates and sheets in thicknesses ranging from 1 mm to 5 mm as well as widths and lengths. We have experience using the ASTM A128 High Manganese Steel Plate in conveyors, truck beds, grizzly bars, and more. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more or receiving an accurate quote.
For the blast cabinet to last as long as possible, it is essential to properly line and seal it. Every shot blasting machine provides modification programs that allow for the expansion of the blast cabinet when production requirements change. All shot blasting machines need to be properly contained and have cabinet linings and wear plates in place to protect the cabinet and working components. In addition to expanding the work area, adding or relocating shot blast wheels, repairing wall and roof panels, and installing additional cast liners as needed, we can also install additional shot blast wheels.
We can supply in any size and thickness as per the customer’s requirements 11-14 % Austenitic Manganese Steel rolled plates and castings that have been shot peened for the lining. We can also provide Manganese Perforated Sheets in any size and thickness as per the customer’s requirements.
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High Manganese Steel Plate Specification:
Item: High Manganese Steel Plates
Supply Condition: As Rolled, Normalized Rolling, Furnace Normalizing, Vacuum Degassing, Simulated Post-Weld Heat Treatment or as per customer requirement.
Impact tested: -52° C
Process of Manufacturing: Hot-Rolled (HR)
MANGANESE STEEL PLATE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
|Grades||C (%)||Mn (%)||Si (%)||S (%)||P (%)|
|ASTM 128 Gr B2||1.05 – 1.2||11.5 – 14||< 1.0||–||<0.070|
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF HIGH MANGANESE STEEL PLATE
YIELD 350 MPa
|TENSILE UTS 20° C (68° F)||ELONGATION||CHARPY Kcvl 20°C (4°F)||HARDNESS BHN|
|940 MPa 136 KSI||(5d) 40%||>140J/cm2 100 ft. lbs||220 to 540|
Physical Properties Of Manganese Steel Wear Plate
10 ⁻⁶ °C ⁻¹
10 ⁻⁶°F ⁻¹
J/Metric Kg. °C
MANGANESE STEEL PLATE EQUIVALENT GRADE
|GRADES||X120Mn13||1.3401||A128 GR B2 / A128M||X120Mn13||276||2708||3100|
Tensile Strenght Of High Manganese Steel Sheet
YIELD 350 MPa
TENSILE UTS 20° C (68° F)
CHARPY Kcvl 20°C (4°F)
940 MPa 136 KSI
>140J/cm2 100 ft. lbs
220 to 540
Types of Manganese Sheets & Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Polished Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Hot Rolled Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Cold Rolled Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Shim Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Perforated Sheets
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Class 1 Sheet
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Chequered Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Polished Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Hot Rolled Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Cold Rolled Plates
- 12-14% Manganese Steel Class 1 Plate
|Hadfield Manganese Steel Plate Supplier||Hadfield Manganese Sheet Exporter|
|ASTM A128 12 – 14% Sheets Distributor in India||12 – 14% Manganese Hot Rolled Steel Plates|
|12/14% Manganese Wear Resistant Steel Plate||11-14% Manganese Steel Plates & Sheets Dealer|
|Creusabro® M Sheets Manufacturers||Manganese 12 – 14% Steel Cold Rolled Sheet|
|Creusabro® M Steel Plate Stockholder||DIN 1.3401 Sheets & Plates in India|
|Manganese X120Mn12 Plates & Sheets Stockists||High Manganese Plates and Sheets Trader|
Features Of ASTM High Manganese Steel Plate
- High Strength
- High Ductility
- Amazing Wear Resistance
High Manganese Steel Plates Sheets Size Availability
|Thickness||1/8″ through 3″|
|Widths||48″ to 120″|
Destructive and Non- Destructive Testing
- Mechanical examination like tensile, Elongation
and reduction of area.
- Chemical examination-Spectro analysis
- Impact analysis
- Hydrostatic analysis
- Positive material recognition
- X-ray test
- Firmness test
Manganese Plates & Sheets Processing
- Forming Drilling/ Machining
High Manganese Steel Plate Price
- » High Manganese Steel 1.3401 Wear Resistant Plate
Price: US $1500.0 – $2500.0 / Ton
- » factory price manganese steel plate
Price: US $480-800 / Ton
- » High Strength Manganese Steel Abrasion Resistant Wear Plate
Price: US $800.0 – $1300.0 / Ton
- » Abrasion Resistant Steel Plate/Manganese Steel Wear Plate
Price: US $600.0 – $1000.0 / Ton
- » Manganese Plate
Price: US $2300.0 / Ton
- » 10mm thick 12mm thick Hot Rolled manganese steel plate price
Price: US $1,100 – 2,300 / Ton
- » high tensile manganese steel wear plate
Price: US $600-1200 / Ton
- » ASTM, JIS, GB Standard Steel Sheets Manganese Steel Plate
Price: US $370-500 / Ton
- » Competitive price for hot rolled manganese steel plate, Q345
Price: US $350-470 / Ton
- » Work Hardening Manganese Steel Plate
Price: US $1200-1500 / Metric Ton
During the process of impact or compression on steel, the steel becomes harder and harder. Work hardening is a process that happens when the steel is impacted or compressed for a period of time. As the outer surface of the skin is impacted and compressed, it will harden to 550 BRINELL with continued impact and compression. The underlayer remains extremely ductile and tough, while the outer surface hardens. It is very important to note that as the surface wears out, it continually re-emerges itself and becomes harder. It should be mentioned that manganese steel is an austenitic steel which means it is non-magnetic. This property lets it be used in a variety of applications such as bottom plates used to lift magnets and shells for separator drums used for magnetic materials.
- Abrasion resistance and impact resistance are two of their main features.
- It will work harden quickly to 550BHN with no problem.
- Maintains a ductile condition throughout the entire product lifecycle.
- Graded according to Hadfield’s performance.
- A welding process can be performed on the material.
- In addition to not being magnetic, it also has other characteristics.
- Optical fibers can be cut with a torch, a plasma, a water jet, or a laser as well as an oxy-acetylene torch.
- For an extended service life, these products are manufactured to the highest industry standards.
- Wheelabrator machines
- Decks that need to be shaken out
- Cabinets for holding shotguns
- Bars designed for sintering seals
- The scrappers
- Viewing the screen
- The lining of crushers
- Blades for graders
- Buckets used in elevators
- Plates used for baffles
- Chutes made from stone
- Liners for buckets
- The jaws of a crusher
- The Hammer
- Wear bars for chain chains
- The Grizzly Bar