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High manganese steel and high chrome white iron are commonly used materials for wear-resistant castings in foundry. They are alloy steel. Because adding a certain amount of this element to the castings will increase the wear-resistant strength of the castings, what is the difference between high manganese steel and high chromium cast iron castings? Gongda will give you a brief introduction:

High manganese steel refers to alloy steel with manganese content above 10%, which contains 10% ~ 15% manganese and high carbon content, generally 0.90% ~ 1.50%, most of which is above 1.0%. It is commonly used to make shovel teeth of excavators, rolling and crushing walls of cone crushers, jaw crusher fork plates, ball mill lining plates, railway frog, plate hammers, hammers, etc.

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