The calendered microcrystalline plate product is a new type of high-strength, high-abrasion-resistant and corrosion-resistant protective material and building decorative plate that is made of various minerals or slag as the main raw materials, and is melted, calendered, crystallized, and annealed.
The wear resistance of the calendered microcrystalline sheet is 7-8 times higher than that of manganese steel, 15-20 times higher than that of cast iron, and the acid and alkali resistance is 15-25 times higher than that of stainless steel and rubber. It can replace a large number of cast iron, cast stone and polymer density Slabs, acid-resistant bricks, granite, marble, etc. are used in silos, hoppers, chutes, scrapers, surface treatment and other parts of papermaking, coal, steel, power, chemical industry, nonferrous metallurgy and other industries.
1. High wear resistance, corrosion resistance and impact resistance.
2. Thin sheet, flat surface, large specifications.
3. Green environmental protection, no radiation pollution, high brightness.
4. On-site cutting and convenient construction.
5. Low coefficient of friction: the smoother the surface, the more it does not expand the warehouse and the material.
6. Low load. The thickness of the microcrystalline plate is from 12 to 20mm. In most cases, it only needs to use a thickness of about 14mm to meet the actual needs. The weight is only 1/3 of the steel. Therefore, the internal volume of the silo body can be relatively increased, and the load on the equipment and the silo body can be reduced.
1. Power generation industry: coal unloading trenches, coal hoppers, coal storage bins, dry coal fences, dumpers, slag catchers, water treatment, etc.
2. Chemical industry: anti-corrosion ground, pump foundation, etc.
3. Coal industry: wear-resistant liners in gangue bunkers, media drums, scrapers, bucket elevators, chutes, sieve hoppers, etc.
4. Iron and steel industry: blast furnace mixing silo, sinter silo, feeder, ball making machine, etc.
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