Its service life in materials transportation with hard abrasives is more than 20 times longer than in common steel pipe.
1. Ceramic Lined Steel Pipe and Elbows:
1.1 The Manufacturing Process of Ceramic Lined Steel Pipe and Elbows:
Ceramic (Corundum: a-Al2O3) lined abrasion resistant straight pipe and fittings are lined with highly abrasion resistant ceramic by SHS
——-Self-propagating High-temperature Synthetic process.
The composite pipe is composed of three layers:ceramic, intermediate, and steel layers. The ceramic layer is formed by molten alumina at a temperature above 2500 degree.
The molten alumina produced from the reaction Fe2O3+2Al=2Fe+Al2O3 spreads on the inside wall of the steel pipe under the influence of a centrifugal force, then solidifies, so the ceramic layer has high density and smooth surface and bonds to the steel pipe. They are widely used to convey highly abrasive material such as fly ash and any other fine powder material in mine, thermo power generating, coal processing plant, metallurgy, construction, etc. The service life is 10 to 20 times longer than normal steel pipe.
1.2. Features and Advantages:
a). High Abrasion Resistant:
Vickers hardness of the corundum lining is HV1100 to1500, as high as that of tungsten-cobalt hard alloys, and the abrasion resistance is 20 times as carbon steel pipes. A composite elbow was used in a mining plant for about fifty thousands hours.
The general service life of common steel elbow is about 700 hours.
b). Corrosion Resistant:
Corundum is a neutral material, and is acid-proof and fouling -free.
c). Heat Resistant:
d). Lower Weight and Convenient Installation:
The ceramic-lined steel composite pipes are lighter than alloy pipes, cast iron pipes, and cast stone pipes and can be welded or connected through flanges, which reduces the expense of transportation and makes the pipes easier to install.
For the pipes with the same sizes, types and length, the weight of ceramic pipe is about 1/2 of the wearable cast alloy steel
pipe’s, while the cost has reduced 10%~20% per meter. The weight of ceramic lined steel pipe is about 1/3 of the cast stone bent pipe’s, 1/2 of the cast stone straight pipe’s.
e). Lower Cost:
Ceramic-lined composite steel pipe can take place of expensive stainless steel, titanium, nickel, cast stone or alloy pipes. Extended service life can also reduce maintenance cost.
Alumina is a cost effective and widely used material in the family of engineered ceramics. Alumina ceramics have been developed and optimized for maximum wear resistance and corrosion resistance. A high density, diamond like hardness, fine grain structure and superior mechanical strength are the unique properties that make it the material of choice for a wide range of demanding applications. Ceramic has uses similar to Cast Basalt but it has greater resistance to wear in high velocity applications and impact resistance in extreme dynamic Systems
Properties of Ceramics
|Main Properties of Ceramic
|Content of Alumina
|Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion
Ceramic Lined Pipe – Information
||Ceramic Lined Pipe / Abrasion Resistant Pipe
|Outside Housing Material
||Carbon Steel Seamless Pipe
|Ceramic Lining Thickness
(Including Transition Layer)
|3mm to 6mm
|Normal Operation Temperature
||-50 deg. C —- 800 deg. C
|Normal Operation Velocity
|1. 1M, 2M, 3 M
2. Customized Maximum Length Can be Achieved by Welding.
Slurry Disposal System
Ore Separation System
Sand/Grit Blast Return Lines
Bottom Ash Handling System
Pneumatic Conveying System
Power Plant Scrubber System
|1. Heat-resistance, -50 -800 degrees
2. Easy Installation and Anti-Scaling
3. Abrasion-Resistance and hardness, is above 9.0
4. Corrosion-Resistance, 10 times of stainless steel pipe
5. Economical Cost, 20-30% lower than that of anti-abrasion alloy steel pipes
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