Ceramic wear-resistant pipes mainly play a role in connecting equipment and equipment, transporting materials from one equipment to another, equipment for transporting gas, liquid or fluid with solid particles.
The difference between the ceramic wear-resistant pipe and the ordinary pipe is that the ceramic wear-resistant pipe will have a corundum ceramic lining inside the ordinary pipe by pasting, welding or isostatic pressing technology, as the anti-wear layer of the ceramic wear-resistant pipe to protect the outside. The steel pipe is not directly worn and corroded by the material, which greatly prolongs the service life of the pipe.
The ceramic lining of ceramic wear-resistant pipes can choose alumina wear-resistant ceramics or silicon carbide wear-resistant ceramics. Compared with alumina wear-resistant ceramics, silicon carbide wear-resistant ceramics have better wear resistance and higher hardness. Longer life, and silicon carbide wear-resistant ceramics are high-temperature resistant ceramics, which can operate effectively for a long time in high-temperature environments, and are suitable for use in high-temperature working conditions.
At present, alumina ceramics are widely used as lining materials for ceramic wear-resistant pipes. From the perspective of actual use, the service lives of wear-resistant ceramics of the same specification are sorted by length. Ceramic pipe, stick-type wear-resistant ceramic pipe, although the service life of stick-type wear-resistant ceramic pipe ranks third, but it is still about ten times that of ordinary steel pipe, and the process is simple and the cost is low, so the stick-type ceramic wear-resistant pipe is still At present, it is widely used in wear-resistant pipes with high cost performance.