The two most commonly used methods for installing ceramic linings in wear-resistant ceramic pipes are direct pasting and stud welding, both of which can improve the service life of the pipe and protect the inner wall steel from the direct impact of wear and corrosion of the material. , but the two are different in cost, process, and use effect. Let's take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of the two processes of paste-type ceramic lining and welding-type ceramic lining.
The advantages of the paste-type wear-resistant ceramic lining are that the construction cost is relatively low, the process is relatively simple, and it can be installed in small pipes with a diameter of about 80mm. Even equipment with a slightly more complex internal structure can also install paste-type wear-resistant ceramics; The disadvantage of the paste-type wear-resistant ceramic lining is that the connection between the ceramic and the equipment mainly depends on the ceramic adhesive. and impacted areas.
The advantage of the welded wear-resistant ceramic lining is that it is fixed by a combination of stud welding studs and inorganic adhesives, which can operate normally at a high temperature of about 600 degrees Celsius for a long time. The wear resistance and impact resistance are relatively better when used in equipment or parts that are subject to greater impact, such as parts and components; the disadvantage of welded wear-resistant ceramic linings is that the construction cost is relatively high, the process is more complicated, and the labor cost is higher. , The size of the tiles is generally more than 40mm, and welding equipment is required, which cannot be used in small pipes.
The adhesive type wear-resistant ceramic lining and the welding type wear-resistant ceramic lining have their own advantages and disadvantages, which need to be selected according to the actual situation.