Ceramics supplies wear resistant Alumina ceramic tiles & linings; these products have been proven to drastically reduce wear in conveying, processing, and storage equipment. Our tiles can be ordered to a variety of material specifications & sizes to ensure that you are getting exactly what you need. Wear resistant ceramic linings have the ability to improve production performance, increase efficiency, reduce maintenance costs, and increase profits.
Precision Ceramics has the material knowledge, application expertise, and engineering skill to ensure that our customers are receiving the best solution possible.
About Ceramic Wear Resistant Tiles & Linings
Alumina ceramic tiles & linings are frequently used in applications like chutes, hoppers, pipes, conveyor belts, and production systems where there are moving object sliding across surfaces. As the object slides over the material it slowly abrades away the component until there is nothing left, in high wear environments this can happen frequently and cause a multitude of expensive problems. By using an incredibly hard material like Alumina ceramic to acts as a sacrificial lining, the main structure is preserved and the Alumina is able to withstand the abrasion for much longer periods of time before needing to be replaced.
The Alumina tiles can be custom made to specific sizes and shapes to perfectly fit with nearly any existing system. A high performance adhesive is typically used to bind the ceramic lining in place.
Wear Resistant Ceramic Tiles & Lining Properties
- Chemical resistant
- Mechanical erosion & Abrasion resistant
- Electrically insulative
Advantages of Ceramic Wear Resistant Tiles & Linings
- Protects moving parts that are subject to high wear environments
- Can be used where tight tolerances or thin linings are required
- Lightweight wear reduction solution
- Highly corrosion resistant
- Can be used with multiple attachment methods like welding and adhesives
- Significantly outlasts & outperforms wear reduction solutions
- Custom designed for specific applications
- Ultra-high maximum use temperature of up to 1000°C
- Can be used to resurface existing wear prone areas