The ceramic tile elbow is composed of three parts: steel, viscose and ceramic. The alumina ceramic is pasted on the inner wall of the pipeline with strong viscose to form a firm anti wear layer after solidification.
1. The ceramic tile elbow is composed of three parts: steel, viscose and ceramic. The alumina ceramic is pasted on the inner wall of the pipeline with strong viscose to form a firm anti wear layer after solidification.
2. The steel parts of ceramic tile elbows are formed by integral hot simmering. This process is different from centrifugal casting pipes or coiled plate forming, and belongs to seamless steel pipes.
3. The ceramic tile elbow pasting process adopts each circle of staggered seam and arch joint installation to form a firm anti wear layer. It will not age or fall off after long term operation in a high temperature environment below 350℃. Its service life is more than 4-5 times that of ordinary wear resistant pipes.
1. Good wear resistance: The inner ceramic layer of the wear resistant ceramic curved pipe is alumina ceramic, and its hardness (HRA) is ≥88. Its wear resistance is more than 10 times that of high chromium wear resistant cast iron alloy pipe fittings, and has a long service life. .
3. Corrosion resistance: Different wear resistant ceramic materials are selected, which have excellent anti corrosion performance against different corrosive media, and are resistant to strong corrosive media such as acid and alkali. To
4. Good temperature resistance:The ceramic elbow can operate at 350℃ for a long time.
5. Reduce maintenance: The ceramic elbow can save the cost and time of maintenance and replacement of materials.
6. Light weight: 1/3 lighter than ordinary pipes.
|Content of alumina||≥92%|
|Rockwell A hardness||≥82HRA|
|Impact strength||≥1200 MPA|