Wear-resistant ceramic pipes are different from ordinary steel pipes. The inner wall of wear-resistant ceramic pipes has wear-resistant ceramics as a wear-resistant layer, and wear-resistant ceramic adhesives are used to connect the wear-resistant layer and the steel wall. Steel pipes are different. Because welding will release a lot of heat in a short time and generate local high temperature, the edge of ordinary steel pipe can usually be welded directly, but if the wear-resistant ceramic pipe is directly welded, the internal porcelain will be blackened, and part of it will be melted due to the high temperature released. Viscose causes the internal wear-resistant ceramic to peel off.
How to weld wear-resistant ceramic pipes? Under normal circumstances, before welding wear-resistant ceramic pipes, a welding space should be reserved when applying porcelain, and then normal welding is performed. After the welding is completed, wait for the pipes to cool down, and then clean up the welding slag and paste the remaining parts of the pipes.