China Wear Tube

- Oct 31, 2018-

China wear tube

Wear-resistant pipes, namely wear-resistant pipes and wear-resistant pipes, mainly include wear-resistant straight pipes, elbows, tees, large and small heads, square round sections, reducer pipes, etc., which are mainly used for pneumatic and pumping of slurry. Pipes that transport abrasive materials. Because the conveying medium generally has the characteristics of high hardness, fast flow rate, large flow rate, etc., and in the long-term conveying process, it has the effects of impact, wear and corrosion on the pipe wall for a long time, so that the fatigue of the pipe is gradually worn out, and the wear-resistant pipe is worn. The application solves this problem

Overlay Pipe with thin weld bead

Wear Carbide Steel Tube is a composite pipe used for engineering wear and serious parts, and a layer of wear-resistant layer is added inside, which plays a role of energy-saving emission reduction, wear resistance and anti-corrosion.

Depending on the wear conditions, there are also different material choices for the wear resistant pipe lining. wear resistant bimetal tube (lined with aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, zirconia, nitrogen silicon, sialon, aluminum nitride, boron nitride, etc.); wear-resistant alloy tube; tortoise shell wear-resistant pipe; steel rubber resistant Grinding pipe; steel-plastic wear-resistant pipe; wear-resistant cast stone pipe; wear-resistant self-propagating composite pipe; rare earth alloy wear-resistant pipe.

Alumina Ceramic Lining Steel Pipe

China ceramic lined tube are essentially different from traditional steel pipes, wear-resistant alloy cast steel pipes, cast stone pipes, and steel-plastic and steel-steel pipes. The outer layer of the wear-resistant pipe is a seamless steel pipe, and the inner layer is corundum. The hardness of corundum layer is as high as HV1100-1400, which is equivalent to tungsten-cobalt cemented carbide, and its wear resistance is 20 times higher than that of carbon steel pipe. The abrasion resistance of the wear-resistant pipe is mainly due to the corundum layer which is a few millimeters thick in the inner layer. This is a qualitative leap than the wear-resistant alloy cast steel pipe and the cast stone pipe, both by composition and organization, and by thickness to resist wear.