Leomet is primarily engaged in importing, stocking and supplying wear plates, abrasion resistance plates, liner plates and all other type of wear parts.
Leomet has been providing quality industrial raw material for world class engineering projects, ranging from high-tech nuclear plants to extreme pressure endurable petrochemicals plants from heavy engineering products to huge cement plants. Over the years, the company has gained vast experience in understanding diversified business needs of the industry and the supplying high quality products for new projects, expansion, diversification and maintenance of projects.
Leomet Alloys Inc was established in 2000 but their parent group is into this industry from last 45 years. Leomet is primarily engaged in importing, stocking, and supplying of wear plates, abrasion resistance plates, liner plates and all other type of wear parts.
Leomet in Mumbai maintains huge stock of Hardox®, Domex® and Wedox® alloy steel plates, and provides thickness ranging from 4-80 mm. The company also maintain huge stock of other brands in wear family which are Abrex 400 and Abrex 500 from Sumitomo-Nippon Japan, Swebor 400 and Swebor 500 from Swebor Stal, Sweden. Apart from these brands Leomet also source and stock brands like Raex, Sailhard, JFE, Quard etc. Leomet delivers orders, small and large and in the shortest time possible, and also delivers plates in full format, part of a plate, plate cut as parts and also worked plates.
Factors contributing to wear
The wearing of metal parts might be defined as a gradual decay or breakdown of the metal. When a part becomes so deformed that it cannot perform adequately it must be replaced or rebuilt. While the end results of wear are similar, the causes of wear are different. It is essential to understand the wear factors involved before making a wear plate product selection. It would be easy to select a surfacing alloy if all metal components were subject to only one type of wear. However, combinations of two or more types of wear usually wear out a metal part. This makes an alloy selection considerably more complicated.
A hard surfacing alloy should be chosen as a compromise between each wear factor. The initial focus should be on the primary wear factor and then the secondary wear factor(s). There are five main types of wear: Abrasive (three categories), im¡pact, adhesive, high temperature, and corrosive.
For further information please contact:
Deepak Mehta, Managing Partner
Leomet Alloys Inc