Wear resistant ceramic tube
The wear-resistant pipe has been transported throughout the power, metallurgy, coal, petroleum, chemical, building materials, machinery and other industries, and is developing at a high speed.
Wear of the wear tube is a ubiquitous phenomenon, and the surface where both objects are in contact with each other and has relative motion will wear. Pipe wear refers to the wear and tear of the damage caused by the detachment or transfer caused by the surface of the pipe when the pipe material is impacted by flowing water and small and loose particles.
Wear-resistant pipes are widely used in mines with severe wear, mineral fines and tailings transportation, coal-fired power plants for powder feeding, slag removal, ash conveying and other wear-resistant pipes are also very suitable.
The wear resistance of ceramic-lined composite steel pipe bends is more than 5 times higher than that of thick-walled wear-resistant cast steel bends. In practice, the ceramic-lined composite steel pipe is opened and observed and measured after 1-2 years, and the composite layer has no obvious wear or shedding. In the same specification and unit length of the pipe, the ceramic-lined composite steel pipe only has the wear-resistant casting weight. About 1/2 of the steel pipe or bimetallic composite pipe, the engineering cost per meter is reduced by 30-40%, only about 2/5 of the weight of the cast stone pipe and the rare earth wear-resistant steel pipe, and the engineering cost per meter is reduced by more than 20%.
Ceramic-lined composite steel pipe used in corrosive or high-temperature places, the price of which is only a fraction of the ceramic-lined composite steel pipe of stainless steel pipe and nickel-titanium pipe, except for the application of ash removal, slagging, powder feeding and powder backing in coal-fired power plants. In addition, it is also widely used in the following industries: 1. Mine: 1.1 Coal-water slurry, coal washing mud, mine filling, coal pulverized coal in the coal industry 1.2 Metal mine: pipeline transportation of concentrate and tailings. 2, metallurgy: 2.1 steel plant iron-making blast furnace coal injection, slag and other pipelines, 2.2 steel-making transport iron alloy, furnace refining and other preferred pipelines. 3. Cement plant: Raw slurry transportation, pulverized coal transportation, hoist cutting, concrete conveying pipeline of rotary kiln wet production line.