How Much Do You Know About Wear-resistant Alumina Ceramic Linings
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What is Wear-resistant Alumina Ceramic Lining?The wear-resistant alumina lining is made from a corundum special ceramic, which is formed using Al2O3 (as the main raw material) and a rare metallic oxide as a solvent. This ceramic was then calcined in a high heat of 1700 degrees C.
There are many different types of alumina tiles that can be used as wear-resistant linings. These include alumina sheets, high aluminum linings (also known as wear-resistant ceramics), alumina patches and alumina linings.
What are some of the benefits and features of ceramic alumina linings that resist wear?
Wear-resistant Alumina Ceramic Lining Features: First, its hardness is high. Rockwell hardness can be reached at HRA80-90. Second, its wear resistance, which is higher than that of manganese and high-chromium cast-iron, can extend the life of equipment by more than tenfold. Third, it is light and its density of 3.65g/cm can reduce the weight of the equipment. Fourth, the wear resistant alumina lining adheres firmly and is heat-resistant. It is a good performer, and can be used for a very long time in temperatures up to 350 deg C.
Wear-resistant Alumina Ceramic Lining: It is an inorganic, non-metallic, material that will not pollute the atmosphere. It has a high level of toughness, seismic performance, and fracture toughness. It is able to effectively prevent the breakage or peeling of alumina ceramics caused by an impact force.
How can I identify wear resistant alumina ceramic linings?
Look at the surface of ceramic sheet first. The surface is smooth without being rough. There are no black spots or irregularities. After vulcanization the ceramic wear-resistant lining is attached to a paper background. The joints will be continuously formed in a straight line. They can be identified through measuring the density. Density can be measured to calculate the alumina. The test can also be performed using a 45-degree spray angle, a 50-mm distance, and a pressure 4.0 kg/cm3. Gradient, time-measured wear within 60 minute.
Can wear-resistant ceramic alumina linings be applied in these industries?
Wear-resistant alumina linings are used in power, metallurgy (including coal), petroleum, chemical, machinery, and other industries. The material should be safe and reliable to use for high-temperature corrosion, high-temperature wear or high-temperature ablation. Data show that wear-resistant materials such as ceramics can last ten to twenty-fold longer than other materials like cast stone and steel.
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