DILLIDUR has been a fixed part of the global battle against cost-intensive wear for more than 50 years. Initial equippers and producers of wear-parts use these hardened proprietary steels with great success in many sectors, including earthmoving machinery and mining. Thanks to its decades of further development, DILLIDUR provides a unique combination of high resistance to wear and easy working and welding.
The strengths of DILLIDUR proprietary steel
• The steel composition of DILLIDUR, optimised to achieve high wear-resistance combined with pleasant working and welding, permits low preheat temperatures for welding and flame-cutting. This assures greater reserves in workshop fabrication and for on-site repairs under adverse conditions.
• DILLIDUR steels are available with hardnesses ranging from 325 to 550 Brinell to withstand maximum exposure to wear.
• Many thick-walled wear-exposed components, such as high-capacity shovels for punishing service in mines, for instance, need special resistance to cracking. The solution then is DILLIDUR IMPACT, a steel possessing verified extremely high toughness.
Steel Grade Overview
|Thickness (mm)||Nominal hardness Brinell||Special Feature|
|DILLIDUR 550||10 - 51||550|
|DILLIDUR 500||8 - 100||50|
|DILLIDUR 450||8 - 100||450|
|DILLIDUR 400||8 - 150 (200)||400|
|DILLIDUR 325 L||6 - 50||325||air hardened for higher service temperature or hot forming|
|DILLIDUR IMPACT||40 - 150||340||with enhanced crack resistance|
|Service at elevated temperatures||-||-||-||-||0||+|
Heavy plate for earthmoving machinery and mining
Many leading manufacturers of earthmoving and mining machinery, around the entire globe, put their trust in Dillinger heavy plate? Because: anyone who produces machines that reliably achieve ultra-high performance under the most adverse service conditions, day in, day out, must also be able to depend on his partners' performance.