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HARDOX Name

HARDOX Name

HARDOX Name

(OP)
Hi all,

HARDOX is a commercial name. What is the steel name for HARDOX 400/500 ? (I can't find on their web site. )
And what is the density for HARDOX 400/500 ?
Thanks for feedback.

Best.
JNB

RE: HARDOX Name

Here is the HARDOX web site with product information. The HARDOX 400 or 500 is considered abrasion resistant plate.

http://www.hardox.com/us/default.asp

Look for the data sheets at the bottom of the web page.

The density for this material is similar to steel;
.27 lbs/cubic inch

RE: HARDOX Name

hi jnb,

hardox is the brand name for wear resistant plate made by ssab in sweden.

their website is www.ssab.com

regards
richard

RE: HARDOX Name

(OP)
What are the other wear resistant plates with similar
mechanical properties to HARDOX400 on the market ?
I guess RAEX AR400 from Finland is one of them.

--JNB

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