|Color||As per customer requirement|
|Usage/Application||Cement or Mining or Construction|
|Features||To be discussed|
|Brand||SJIF/ JIF or OEM as per customer requirment|
|Carbon Content||As per requirement|
|Elongation||As per requirement|
|Material||Grades of Manganese Steel can vary - Grade 1 to 5 as per requirement|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
SJIF provides END TO END solution for Manganese Steel Castings as per customer requirement, drawing, samples etc. for various industries like Mining, cement etc.
Products are usually made as per drawing but includes usual products like
2. Cone Mantles
3. Jaw Plates
4. Side Plates and many more
Weight range for Mn Steel Castings can go from 5 kgs to 2 metric tonne of single piece castings. SJIF is a Star Export House as recognised by the Government of India & exports Manganese Steel Casting Products to over 20 countries
About Manganese Steel
Manganese steel aka Hadfield steel is a kind of wear-resistant steel. It is meant for manufacturing crushers, rock-processing equipment, and power shovels. This particular steel contains 1.2% carbon and 12% manganese which is a great austenizer. Manganese steel or mangalloy is known for the high-impact strength and abrasion resistance features. All these features are eminent in the hardened state of the steel.
Uses of manganese steel
Since it is self-hardening steel, it is widely used in the mining industry. Manganese steel casting is useful for the production of tractor crawler treads, rock crushers, and cement mixers. It is also used for shovel buckets and elevators. The rail industry too largely depends on this kind of steel as mentioned by a leading manufacturer. Owing to its high-impact strength, the alloy is used for making window bars in the prisons as well as anti-drill plates, safes, and bullet-proof cabinets.
Rusting and mangalloy
Though almost all steels including low-alloy steels tend to rust in moist environments, manganese steel is not that susceptible due to its high manganese content. An increased amount of manganese in the steel prevents corrosion. And this is mostly done because of the absorption of manganese ions.
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