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Heat Resistance Alumina Ceramic Pipe Ceramic Lined Steel Composite Pipe

Product Details

Place of Origin: Changsha, Hunan, China

Brand Name: Ibeno

Certification: ISO9001-2015

Model Number: Alumina Ceramic Pipe

Payment & Shipping Terms

Minimum Order Quantity: Negotiable

Price: Negotiable

Packaging Details: Packed in wooden cases or iron racks

Delivery Time: 25-45 workdas

Payment Terms: T/T

Supply Ability: 100,000 ㎡/ year

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Heat Resistance Alumina Ceramic Pipe

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Heat Resistance Ceramic Lined Pipe

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Ceramic Lined Steel Composite Pipe

Application:
Power Plants, Cement, Steel, Mines, Lithium Batteries, Mines, Etc
Color:
White
Corrosion Resistance:
High
Density:
3.65 G/cm3
Electrical Insulation:
Excellent
Hardness:
9 On Mohs Scale
Material:
Alumina Ceramic
Pressure Resistance:
High
Shape:
Round
Size:
Customizable
Application:
Power Plants, Cement, Steel, Mines, Lithium Batteries, Mines, Etc
Color:
White
Corrosion Resistance:
High
Density:
3.65 G/cm3
Electrical Insulation:
Excellent
Hardness:
9 On Mohs Scale
Material:
Alumina Ceramic
Pressure Resistance:
High
Shape:
Round
Size:
Customizable
Heat Resistance Alumina Ceramic Pipe Ceramic Lined Steel Composite Pipe

The Ceramic Lined Steel Composite Pipe

 

Product Description

The ceramic lined steel composite pipe has high hardness, high wear resistance, and corrosion resistance, and is an ideal choice for various industries. It is mainly used in thermal power, cement, port, mining, metallurgy, coal, petroleum, chemical, building materials, and machinery industries.

These pipes combine the machinability, weldability, and high strength of steel with the remarkable performance of ceramics, featuring high-temperature resistance, low running resistance, and corrosion resistance, and ceramic-lined composite pipes and elbows are used even under harsh operating conditions It provides excellent performance and durability even under.

Wear Resistant Ceramic Lined Pipe Fitting99% Alumina Ceramic Tubeceramic lined pipe elbow

The ceramic lined steel composite pipe is made using a combination of steel pipe and ceramic tiles. The ceramic tiles are bonded to the inside surface of the steel pipe using high-temperature adhesive. This creates a lining that is resistant to wear and corrosion, making it ideal for use in applications where the pipe is exposed to abrasive or corrosive materials or environments.

The ceramic lining in the pipe provides a high level of impact resistance, which is crucial in industries such as mining, power generation, and chemical processing. In addition to protecting the inner surface of the pipe, the ceramic lined tube also reduces noise and vibration, which makes it beneficial in applications where noise reduction is important. Due to its longer lifespan and lower maintenance costs, the ceramic-lined pipe is a cost-effective solution for industries that require high-performance piping systems.

Ceramic technical parameters

Items Specifications
Content of alumina ≥92% ≥95%
Density ≥3.6 g/cm3 >3.8g/cm3
Rockwell A hardness ≥82HRA ≥85HRA
Impact strength ≥1200 MPA ≥1500 MPA
Fracture toughness ≥3.8MPa·m1/2 ≥4.0MPa·m1/2
Vickers hardness ≥1150HV10 ≥1200HV10
Bending Strength ≥290MPa ≥330MPa

Applications

Abrasion ceramic elbows are widely used in coal conveying, pulverizing, and ash discharge systems for thermal power generation, as well as material conveying and batching systems in industries such as lithium batteries, metallurgy, steel, and cement. Such as coal mill outlet pipes, coarse and fine powder separator inlet pipes, primary air pipe elbow, pulverized coal pipes, dust removal pipes, ash fall pipes, slag discharge pipes, limestone distributors, etc.

Advantage

In many industrial applications, ceramic-lined pipe offers numerous advantages over traditional steel pipe. Alumina ceramics are bonded to the inner surface of the steel pipe with a high temperature-resistant adhesive, and the steel pipe is combined with the ceramic to form a highly wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant material.

1. Wear resistance: Compared with other materials, The ceramic lined steel composite pipe has excellent wear resistance and corrosion resistance. Aluminum oxides have a much higher hardness rating than most metals, which means they can withstand more severe wear and are ideal for abrasive pipework.

2. Corrosion resistance: Ceramic-lined pipes also have high corrosion resistance. Unlike steel pipes, which are prone to rust and corrosion, a ceramic liner protects the pipe from chemical reactions that may occur within the pipe. This makes them ideal for transporting highly corrosive materials such as acids, chemicals, and salts.

3. Increased flow rate: The smooth surface of aluminum oxide has a better flow rate than steel pipes, and ceramic-lined pipes have a low coefficient of friction, which means that materials can pass through more easily, reducing energy consumption and improving operational efficiency.

4. Extended Lifespan: The combination of ceramic and steel pipe produces a highly durable material that lasts longer than traditional steel pipes. They require less maintenance and replacement, reducing overall costs.

5. Reduced downtime: Ceramic lined pipes require less downtime than steel pipes due to their durability, wear, and corrosion resistance. Running longer without maintenance or repairs will make them more efficient and cost-effective in the long run.

6. Versatility: Ceramic-lined pipes are versatile, and Ibeno can provide them in a variety of diameters and lengths, making it easy for you to find the right size and shape for your specific needs.

Conclusions: Compared to traditional steel pipes, ceramic-lined pipes offer numerous advantages in terms of durability, wear and corrosion resistance, improved flow rates, and overall service life. If you are looking for materials and materials that can withstand harsh environments, then ceramic-lined composite pipe may be the ideal choice for your application.