The liner contains 88-wt% tungsten carbide and has an approximate 85 Rockwell C hardness (2000 HV).
What does HRC stand for?
HRC stands for Rockwell C Hardness (metallurgy)
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Metallurgically bonded to the base metal, the resulting coating can achieve over 65 Rockwell C hardness values to withstand abrasive wear, even in high impact applications, and is well suited for all types of stationary knives.
Hard chrome has 72 Rockwell C hardness (HRC) and is applied at 130 F.