Do you know the construction steps of welding wear-resistant ceramic lining?

Most customers don’t know how to use welded wear-resistant ceramic liners for wear protection. We wrote a detailed construction instruction and shared it with you:

The construction of welding wear-resistant ceramic lining is generally divided into three parts:

  1. Cutting of ceramic sheet;
  2. Mixing and smearing of ceramic glue;
  3. Welding of ceramic sheets.

Cutting of ceramic sheets: Because the hardness of alumina ceramic sheets is very high, it is challenging to process ordinary cutting materials. We generally use diamond blades for cutting. First, set out the construction surface and determine the specific size to be missed. When the blade heats up quickly, it must be cooled with water.

Mixing and smearing of ceramic glue: Ceramic glue is divided into AB glue, which is prepared according to the proportion, and the amount is taken according to the demand. It cannot be prepared too much at one time, and the glue that cannot be used up will become invalid after curing. Apply evenly around the small holes, and be careful not to block the small holes used for welding when applying.

Ceramic sheet welding: After the second step of pasting, the ceramic sheet has been firmly fixed on the working surface, but in order to make the ceramic lining board more impact-resistant, place the small iron cap in the small hole of the ceramic board and use spot welding The process is to weld the iron cap and the steel piece, and after the welding is completed, apply glue to the small porcelain piece and press it into the small hole of the porcelain piece.

The performance characteristics of welded ceramic wear-resistant lining are as follows:

The welded ceramic wear-resistant lining has super wear resistance, the wear resistance is 20 times that of ordinary steel, and the Vickers hardness is as high as 1800, which is suitable for most working conditions;

Compared with the paste-type ceramic wear-resistant lining, the welded ceramic wear-resistant lining is more resistant to high temperatures. The corundum ceramic sheet is firmly fixed on the equipment steel plate through wear-resistant ceramic glue and welding nails and can withstand relatively large impact It will not fall off in the environment;

The application of welded ceramic wear-resistant lining is also quite extensive. According to its physical properties, impact resistance, and high-temperature resistance, it is mainly used in equipment with relatively large impact and wear of materials or equipment with relatively high temperature. Welded ceramic wear-resistant lining The plate is the choice of anti-wear material after the paste-type ceramic wear-resistant lining cannot meet the requirements.