isostatic pressing ceramic wear tube is a ceramic tube made of AL2O3 as the main component, adding rare metal oxides and other components, and firing at a high temperature of 1700°C.
It adopts isostatic pressing molding process, high density, after firing, the surface is finely polished and polished to form a smooth surface without dipping the material. The pipeline can be combined with other pipelines and is an ideal anti-corrosion and wear-resistant transportation protection material.
Advantage of isostatic pressing ceramic wear tube
1. Good wear resistance
The pipe material is ceramic AL2O3, and the Mohs hardness can reach 9.0, which is equivalent to HRC90 or higher.
Therefore, it has high wear resistance to the abrasive materials transported in the power, metallurgy, coal, chemical and other industries.
It is verified by industrial transportation that its wear resistance life is ten times or even dozens of times that of quenched steel.
2.Anti-corrosion and anti-scaling
The main component AL2O3 is a neutral substance, so it is resistant to seawater corrosion, acid and alkali, and has anti-scaling properties.
3.The resistance of material transfer is small
The inner surface is smooth and never rusty, no dipping material without any resistance.
4. Good temperature resistance and heat resistance
The pipeline can operate normally for a long time in the temperature range of -50-800℃.
5. Pipeline construction, low maintenance cost
Lightweight, 20-30% lighter than wear-resistant alloy pipes, and 50% lighter than cast stone pipes with the same inner diameter; the price is reasonable. .
6. Convenient installation and construction
Because the tube is light in weight, it can be constructed by welding, flange, etc., and it is easy to install.
Because the pipeline has abrasion resistance, acid and alkali resistance, corrosion resistance and heat resistance, it can be widely used in chemical, electric power, mining, metallurgy and other industries to transport abrasives and particles such as stone, sand, ash, cement, etc. Materials and corrosive media.