Tough Ceramic Lining for Industrial Strength and Resistance

Ceramic lining can withstand sliding abrasion and moderate-to-heavy impacts without cracking under impact, and its polished tile surface polishes over time into a glass-smooth surface that prevents adhering materials and eliminates risk of cracking under impact. Fluid pipeline transportation is widely utilized across a range of industries including power generation, metallurgy, coal mining, petroleum refining, chemicals, building materials and machinery manufacturing. Transporting highly corrosive liquids or solids causes fast wear on pipelines which eventually wears them out completely and causes pipeline corrosion to begin occurring quickly and swiftly.


Ceramics are a class of materials that offers great resistance against chemicals and extreme temperatures, making them suitable for industrial lining made from silicate or silicon carbide lining materials that won’t quickly wear down metal components.

Ceramic material’s hardness determines its resistance to corrosion, abrasion and impact damage – essential properties in some of the most demanding applications such as mining operations where pumped slurry can wear away at steel pipes quickly, leading to costly leak repairs or pipe leaks altogether. Ceramic lining for industrial purposes may protect steel within pipes while prolonging equipment lifespan and extending their useful lifespan.

Alumina ceramics are ideal for these kinds of applications, offering superior tensile strength, impact resistance and wear-resistance properties. Furthermore, their low coefficient of thermal expansion enables them to withstand high temperatures without cracking or warping under pressure.

Tetragonal zirconia ceramic is another hard and resilient type, sharing similar hardness to alumina but offering superior corrosion and abrasion resistance. Additionally, its higher melting temperature enables easy molding into complex shapes.

Other highly durable ceramics include boron carbide (BK) and niobium carbide (NbC). BK and NbC boast low coefficients of thermal expansion, making them excellent choices for use in industrial furnaces or other heat-intensive applications. In addition, these resilient materials can withstand both high temperatures as well as chemical environments with severe corrosion risks.

Tough Ceramic Lining has many industrial uses. Ceramic lined steel pipes, for instance, are commonly employed to protect lithium battery material conveying systems from wear and corrosion caused by other materials. Other industries that benefit from ceramic liners include power generation, cement processing and steel processing as ceramic liners protect pipelines against abrasive materials or harsh conditions.

Tensile Strength

Ceramic-lined pipes possess high tensile strengths, helping prevent cracking and breakage and resist high pressure and temperature without losing shape. Ceramic linings also resist abrasion and erosion for corrosive environments – making them ideal solutions for industrial applications where harsh conditions could potentially compromise equipment over time.

Alumina Ceramic Lining is often combined with rubber to increase their impact resistance and minimize the risk of steel breaking away from them, thus harnessing both materials’ strengths into one strong, resilient material that can withstand abrasion, chemical resistance, high temperatures, and mechanical shock.

Ceramic Lining can be installed into any transport system where abrasive materials are transported, be it pneumatic or vacuum. By prolonging the lifespan of transport systems that would otherwise wear out within weeks, ceramic liners provide significant cost savings by eliminating frequent repairs and replacements and providing extended use.

Ceramic liners feature spherical protrusions to evenly disperse impact loads from heavy materials across their surface area and prevent any one area from being broken off or becoming damaged by impacts or abrasions – especially at higher impact points such as elbows. As such, they’re highly effective at protecting systems from impacts and abrasions, especially where heavy loads strike against them such as elbows.

Another advantage of this liner is that it can be cured without needing to undergo either hot or cold forming processes, making installation quick and simple – it is also easy to install in complex or curved sections of pipework, further saving money in installation costs.

Impact Resistance

Ceramic lined pipes exhibit exceptional resistance to sliding abrasion and moderate-to-heavy impacts, while their smooth tile surface reduces material adhesion to chute walls, while over time their ceramic polishes into an almost flawless glass-smooth finish – thus eliminating costly lining materials while simultaneously prolonging equipment lifespan by decreasing wear and leakage.

Alumina Ceramic Lining is an ideal choice for applications requiring wear and corrosion resistance, such as industrial flooring. Available in various thicknesses, sizes and shapes to meet any need imaginable, these industrial liners boast inherently hard and tough properties that allow them to withstand impact loads at high temperatures without cracking under impact loads at lower temperatures than rubber, basalt hard-facings or coatings lining materials.

Ceramics offer excellent wear and corrosion resistance as well as high mechanical properties like tensile strength and compressive strength, making them suitable for applications in chemical processing, cement transportation, oil & gas transportation and power generation industries.

Ceramic materials boast high strength that allows them to resist compressive forces without cracking or breaking, making them suitable for industrial applications that demand long-term performance and durability. This is particularly crucial when dealing with fluids found in mining operations, iron mills, thermal plants and powder plants – these environments present challenges similar to what ceramics face when exposed to fluids that contain aggressive or corrosive fluids.

we offer an extensive range of composite ceramic wear liners made of highly abrasion resistant alumina tiles embedded within premium grade rubber that provides wear and impact resistance. This proprietary formulation extends the lifespan of these linings while protecting equipment such as pumps, flotation cells, thickeners, feed spouts and chutes from potential damage caused by their rupture or fragmentation. In addition, its rubber matrix absorbs shock energy which significantly lowers fracture risk of the tiles themselves.

Corrosion Resistance

Ceramic Lining provides an effective wear and abrasion resistant solution for applications requiring exceptional wear and abrasion resistance, making them suitable for transport piping systems handling abrasive materials pneumatically conveyed via pneumatic systems. Unlined steel or rubber pipelines wear out quickly requiring costly downtime repairs and replacements more frequently; ceramic liners provide optimal performance by increasing lifespan while improving flow control in these systems.

Technical ceramics possess a special property called ionic bonding that makes them superior to metals in terms of corrosion protection. Ionic bonding allows ceramics to repel water and other ions from their surroundings, acting as an effective barrier against corrosion. Furthermore, being non-porous further lessens their susceptibility to corrosion – making ceramics safer choices when transporting potentially corrosive substances.

Ceramic-lined composite pipes have become an ideal means for conveying highly abrasive materials, due to their Mohs hardness being greater than steel pipes and having excellent tensile strength and compression shear resistance, providing protection from mechanical shocks which would otherwise crack or flake off traditional pipeline lining systems.

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