Ceramic lined steel composite pipes
- Aug 06, 2020-
Ceramic lined steel composite pipes have excellent wear resistance. Its service life of materials used in hard abrasives is 20 times longer than that of ordinary steel pipes.The combination of high rigidity and high elastic steel makes the pipes unrivalled and can be used as wear-resistant, heat-resistant and corrosion resistant materials in the fields of power generation, cement, metallurgy, mining and chemical industry,etc.
The combination of high rigidity of ceramic and high elasticity of steel gives the pipe unmatchable features as an abrasion resistant, heat resistant and corrosion resistant material for use in the fields of power generation, cement, metallurgy, mining, and chemical industry etc..Designed to match standard pipe flanges for easy installation in high-wear areas of the pipeline. Maximum long-term cost-savings in replacement parts and downtime. It has many advantages over steel pipes, cast stone pipes, and steel-plastic compound pipes.
【Features and Advantages】
A). High wear resistance:
The Vivtorinox hardness of corundum lining is HV1100 to 1500, which is as high as tungsten cobalt cemented carbide and its wear resistance is 20 times of that of carbon steel pipe.
B). Corrosion resistance:
Ceramics are materials that can withstand acids and alkalis.
C). Heat resistance:
Ceramic lined composite steel pipes can work in the environment of -50 to 800 degrees Celsius.
D). Light weight, easy to install:
Ceramic lined steel composite pipes are lighter than alloy tubes, cast iron pipes and cast stone pipes, which can be welded or connected through flanges, reducing transportation costs and making pipes easier to install.
For pipes of the same size, type and length, the weight of ceramic tube is about 1/2 of wearable cast alloy steel pipe, and the cost is reduced by 10%~20% per meter. The weight of ceramic lined steel pipe is about 1/3 of cast stone elbow and 1/2 of straight pipe of cast stone.
E). Lower cost:
Ceramic lined composite steel pipes can replace expensive stainless steel, titanium, nickel, cast stone or alloy pipes. Prolonging the service life can also reduce the maintenance cost.