Traditional steel pipes are suitable for conveying fluid and powdery solid materials, but they have low hardness, poor wear resistance and corrosion resistance.Download PDF
For the industry that often transports wear prone materials, it does not play a significant role, and replacing steel pipes often increases the cost.
Compared with steel pipes, wear-resistant ceramic pipes are more wear-resistant. It is composed of corundum ceramics and steel parts. The ceramic layer is dense corundum ceramics formed at a high temperature above 2200 ° C. Its Mohs hardness reaches grade 9, which can well resist the wear caused by conveying particles and is wear-resistant. The life is more than ten times that of steel pipes. It has excellent anti-corrosion properties and is suitable for conveyor belts with corrosive substances. Wear-resistant ceramic pipes are light in weight and have good welding performance. They can be welded, flanged, and quick-connected, and are very convenient to install. Wear-resistant ceramic pipe is an ideal wear-resistant pipe, widely used in steel, electric power, metallurgy, mining, coal, chemical and other industries.