Ceramic rubber lining are to embed alumina ceramic mosaic in special rubber and vulcanize by flat vulcanizing machine to form ceramic rubber composite lining of various shapes.
Qi Shuai specializes in producing all kinds of wear-resistant ceramic rubber linings and accepts customization. Contact Helen Dong Manager
When used as usual, the lining is bonded to the inner wall of the device with a high-strength organic adhesive, which forms a strong and cushioning force after solidification.
Description of wear-resistant ceramic rubber lining
The wear-resistant ceramic rubber linings use advanced thermal vulcanization technology to vulcanize 92% or 95% of the toughened wear-resistant ceramic mosaic or brick with rubber to form a rubber ceramic two-in-one lining.
And use high-strength organic glue to bond the liner to the device. Thus, a firm and cushioned anti-friction layer is formed in the device. The modified product has the advantages of high hardness of alumina ceramics, high cushioning and anti-ballast properties of rubber, and it can well solve the problem of large media on the inner wall of the equipment during the transportation of large materials. In addition to its good shock absorption and impact resistance, rubber can also reduce the noise caused by the blockage of materials in the production process.
Wear-resistant ceramic rubber linings are widely used in coal transportation, ash discharge system of thermal power plants and materials, batching bins, hoppers and other equipment in the metallurgical iron and steel industry, which effectively solves the problem of batching transportation due to large material drop and strong impact force The problem of low service life of the system; at the same time, the two-in-one rubber ceramic composite liner can be twisted and cut, which is suitable for the installation of various special-shaped equipment.
The wear-resistant lining used for material conveying equipment under normal temperature can withstand a certain amount of material impact.
Such as silos, hoppers, mixers, coal hoppers, coal pipes, raw coal bunkers, coal mill inlet and outlet pipes, chute, etc.