Alloy Steel International’s special manufacturing process, allows Arcoplate 1600T to offer an addition of tungsten carbides dispersed consistently throughout the alloy matrix. Tungsten carbides present in 1600T alloy fill in spaces between larger chromium carbides, further reducing already tight inter-carbide spacing within the alloy matrix, in effect limiting matrix exposure to fine and coarse particle abrasion. 1600T alloy manufacturing process is computer controlled and the unique fusion technology provides just enough base metal dilution for 100% metallurgical bond between alloy and base metal. Measured and controlled cooling rates provide perfect conditions for carbides formation, producing a dense and very tough alloy composite microstructure.
The team at Alloy Steel understands that different wear factors call for different product options that’s why it’s important to get in touch today and discuss your project further with one of our highly trained professional consultants who can advise you on the best possible solution for your business. Alloy Steel is all about, supplying and manufacturing only the best for Australian’s by Australian’s.