Wear-resistant pipes are mainly used for material conveying pipes such as pneumatic and pumping slurry. Transmission has spread all over the electric power, metallurgy, coal, petroleum, chemical, building materials, machinery, and other industries, and is developing at a high speed. Wear-resistant pipes are widely used in coal-fired thermal power plants for powder feeding, slag removal, ash transport, and my filling materials, ore concentrate, and tailings transportation systems that are severely worn.
Wear-resistant pipe materials are classified as follows:
Rare earth wear-resistant alloy tube: the material is rare earth wear-resistant alloy steel;
Bimetal wear-resistant composite pipe: the material is 20#+ high chromium alloy;
Tortoiseshell high temperature wear-resistant composite pipe: the material is 20#+ corundum high wear-resistant lining material;
Wear-resistant ceramic patch tube material: 20#+ aluminum oxide patch or silicon carbide;
Sintered ceramic tube material: 20#+ aluminum oxide;
Steel rubber wear-resistant pipe material: 20#+ wear-resistant rubber;
Steel-plastic wear-resistant pipe material: 20#+ PTFE or polypropylene;
UHMWPE composite pipe material: 20#+UHMWPE;
Wear-resistant cast stone pipe material: 20#+ cast stone, etc.
Wear-resistant ceramic tube performance:
Wear-resistant ceramic composite pipes quickly occupy the market, in addition to high quality and good performance, but also because their cost performance is higher than other wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and heat-resistant pipes. In terms of wear-resistant pipes of the same specification and unit length, the weight of wear-resistant ceramic composite pipes is only half of that of wear-resistant alloy cast steel pipes, and the project cost per meter is reduced by 20%-30%; only one-third of the weight of cast stone pipes First, reduce the project cost by 5%-10% per meter; the cost performance is more outstanding, in contrast, everyone is more willing to choose alumina ceramic lined pipes.