Wear-resistant pipe of polymer material:
Materials based on polymer compounds. Including rubber, plastics, fibers, coatings, and adhesives. Rubber is a kind of linear flexible polymer. The polymer fibers are divided into natural fibers and chemical fibers. Plastics are mainly composed of synthetic resins or chemically modified natural polymers.
Main features: low strength, high plasticity and toughness.
Wear-resistant pipes of inorganic non-metallic materials:
Inorganic non-metallic materials are materials composed of oxides, carbides, nitrides, halogen compounds, borides and silicates, aluminates, phosphates, borates and other substances of certain elements. Glass, ceramics, abrasives (silicon carbide, alumina), cast stone (diabase, basalt, etc.), carbon materials, non-metallic minerals (asbestos, mica, marble, etc.).
Main features: high strength, low plasticity and toughness.
Wear-resistant pipe of metal material:
A general term for metallic elements or materials with metallic properties mainly composed of metallic elements. Including pure metals, alloys, intermetallic compounds and special metal materials, etc. Metal materials are usually divided into ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals and special metal materials.
Main features:According to different metal performance indicators, the strength, plasticity and low toughness are also different.
Wear-resistant pipe of composite material:
The composite material is a material composed of one material as the matrix and another material as the reinforcement. Various materials complement each other in performance, resulting in a synergistic effect, so that the comprehensive performance of the composite material is superior to the original composition material and meets the requirements of each material. different requirements.
Main features:According to the different performance indicators of composite materials, the matching strength is also different from low plasticity and low toughness.