Hardox 600

We offer Wear Resistance steel plate , HARDOX 400 ( Sweden )ABREX 400 ( JAPAN ), AR 400, also called SUMIHARD 400 ( JAPAN ) is a union of toughness and hardness, giving it the exclusivity to be used in moderate wear areas. They are designed to weld quickly, looking good in appearance.



What hardox 600?

HARDOX 600 makes the plates the high quality product because it exhibits several features such as wear-resistance properties, higher mechanical as well as chemical properties, etc. In addition to this, it is also antioxidant in nature and it is an alloy that has uniquely higher impact toughness. Thus it is widely suited for the extreme wear conditions, and it can easily cut and welded so the variations in the alloy are easily possible. It is the optimum choice for higher performance applications such as petrochemical industries. Other properties that are possessed b these wonderful products are higher tensile strength, higher-yielding strength, higher mechanical strength, etc. The resistance properties of this product include it is resistant to chloride stress cracking corrosion, pitting and crevice resistance, oxidation resistance, etc. Additionally, it is also very reliable, durable, easy to install, easy to fabricate, offers good formability, enhances impact strength, and many more.

To ensure the quality of the product we at conquest steel & alloys conduct several testing and some of the common testings are a macro test, destructive test, hardness test, pmi test, non-destructive test, toughness test, etc. The application industries where our Hardox 600 Wear Plates are used are pulp and paper industry, offshore industry, chemical industry, etc.



Thickness (mm) 8.00 – 24.99 25.00 – 65.00
Max CET(CEV) 0.58 (0.76) 0.61 (0.87)



Plate Thickness C Si Mn P S Cr Ni Mo B CEV CET
mm Max Max Max Max Max Max Max Max ppm typical typical
8 – 30 0.45 0.70 1.00 0.015 0.010 1.2 2.0 0.80 0.004 0.73 0.55
30.1 – 50 0.47 0.70 1.00 0.015 0.010 1.2 2.0 0.80 0.004 0.84 0.59



Hardness [HBW], guarantee Impact toughness, typical 20 mm Yield strength Tensile strength, Elongation
570 – 640 20 J/-40°C (-40 F) 1650 N/mm2 2000 N/mm2 7 %