Its Rockwell hardness is HRA80-90, hardness is second only to diamond and far exceeds the wear resistance of wear-resistant steel and stainless steel.
2. Excellent wear resistance
As determined by the Institute of Powder Metallurgy, South China University of Technology, its wear resistance is equivalent to 266 times that of manganese steel and 171.5 times that of high chromium cast iron. Under the same conditions, the life of the equipment can be extended by at least ten times.
3. Light weight
Its density is 3.6-3.9g/cm3, which is only half of steel, which can greatly reduce the equipment load.
4. Adhesive, good heat resistance
The wear-resistant ceramic sheet is preferably glued with a high-strength ceramic structure to ensure that the ceramic does not fall off during long-term operation at high temperatures.
leading sizes as below:
10 × 5 × 1.5mm, 10 × 10 × 1.5mm;
And can be customized according to the needs of processing various special-shaped pieces, high-precision wear parts and ceramic metal composite parts.
Each type of engineered ceramic material has its own advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, it is necessary to perform sufficient analysis and research on the working conditions of ceramics. If the conditions of use are not satisfied, ceramics will not achieve the intended use. The main factors affecting ceramic
performance in general are as follows:
1. Use temperature range and change;
2. Corrosion medium;
3. Force conditions;
4. Hard particle collision incident angle;
5. Particle erosion intensity
Among all ceramic materials, alumina and silicon carbide ceramics are mainly used. Alumina ceramics have extremely high resistance to general corrosion and abrasion, and have the highest performance and price ratio, and are suitable for most occasions. Sintered silicon carbide is only considered for use at higher temperatures, higher toughness and wear resistance requirements.