According to different processes, ceramic lining plates can be divided into three types: adhesive ceramic lining plates, welded ceramic lining plates, and dovetail ceramic slot-type lining plates. Today, let's find out what kinds of wear-resistant ceramic lining plates can be classified according to different ceramic materials.
1. Ceramic rubber two in one composite lining plate, ceramic-rubber two-in-one composite lining plate adopts a cold vulcanization process, vulcanizing high-purity alumina wear-resistant ceramics on top of high-grade rubber with better material, forming impact resistance and wear resistance. The ceramic-rubber composite liner can be used in equipment with relatively high impact force, but because the rubber is not strong in high-temperature resistance, even if high-grade rubber with better material is used, try to ensure that the operating temperature is within 200 ℃.
2. Ceramic steel two-in-one composite lining plate, ceramic steel two-in-one composite lining plate is to install wear-resistant ceramics on various metal materials by sticking or welding + sticking, and then welding or bolting the ceramic steel two-in-one composite lining board. The one-in-one composite liner is installed in the equipment that needs anti-wear. Compared with installing the wear-resistant ceramic sheet directly in the equipment, the ceramic-steel two-in-one composite liner is more convenient to install and disassemble, and it is more convenient to replace. Serious parts can use ceramic steel two-in-one composite lining, which can be removed and replaced regularly. The construction is simple and fast, saving a lot of time and cost.
3. Steel-based cast ceramic liner, steel-based cast ceramic liner, also known as a fused ceramic liner, is different from the ceramic steel two-in-one composite liner in that the steel-based cast ceramic liner is an arrangement of wear-resistant ceramics in a certain way. Melted into steel, it not only retains the high wear resistance of ceramics but also retains the toughness of steel. Therefore, the wear resistance of steel-based cast ceramic linings is usually stronger than that of metal wear-resistant plates, and slightly lower than that of ceramic-steel two-in-one composites. Liner. However, because the toughness of steel is retained, the impact resistance and fracture resistance of steel-based cast ceramic linings are stronger than those of steel two-in-one composite linings, and the temperature resistance is higher than that of ceramic-rubber two-in-one composite linings. It is used in equipment with high impact in a high-temperature environment.