Cast Basalt lining is a low cost wear solution most commonly used in coal handling preparation plants (CHPP).
The basalt liners are manufactured by melting volcanic rock, basaltic slag combined with binding agents, then casting to form different shapes, mainly standard size cylinders. We hold stocks of 20mm thick basalt cylinders in commonly used sizes from 150NB to 600NB.
Cast basalt is well proven as a good wear material when compared to traditional lining of steel, rubber and polyurethane. We recommend its use for straight pipe lining in combination with alumina ceramic lining for bends, tee’s and reducers.
Wear-resistant pipes are mainly used for material conveying pipes such as pneumatic and pumping slurry.
Flanges are used in pairs. In wear-resistant ceramic pipeline engineering, flanges are mainly used for wear-resistant ceramic pipeline connections.
Because it is called concrete pump pipe, the pump pipe is divided into two types: truck pump pipe and ground pump pipe according to the scope of use.
The following is a brief introduction to several pipeline processes.