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Alumina Ceramic Lined Pipe

Alumina ceramic lined pipes are in coal and blowtorch pipelines. They’re also used to collect materials and dust, discharge ashes, and mix materials.

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Alumina ceramic lined pipes last up to 10 times longer than steel pipes, saving significantly on maintenance costs. They excel in industries like mining and chemical processing due to their superior wear resistance.

These pipes are made by bonding high-purity alumina ceramics to steel. They are used in mining, steel mills, and cement plants to handle abrasive materials and corrosive fluids.

They outperform rubber and stainless steel in wear resistance and durability, making them ideal for harsh environments.

They come in various sizes to handle different pressures and temperatures, meeting diverse industrial needs.

Despite higher initial costs, they save money over time and reduce environmental impact by minimizing replacements and waste.

 Regular inspection and adherence to operational guidelines ensure optimal performance and longevity.

WHAT IS Alumina Lined Pipes

Alumina ceramic lined pipes are the best option for welding linings inside tubes; we use the linings’ hole to adhere them into the tube, and then we add ceramic caps over the welding point to protect it. 92% white high aluminum ceramic lined wear-resistant elbow is manufactured by self-propagating high-temperature synthesis technology.

Alumina Ceramic Lined Pipes applications

In steel plants, industrial alumina ceramic lined pipes are in coal and blowtorch pipelines. Alumina lined pipes are also used to collect materials and dust, discharge ashes, and mix materials. In cement factories, you can find them in VM air-out pipelines, circular duct pipelines, O-SEPA inlet, and outlet pipelines, and pipes for high-temperature fans (the ones that are used for grinding coal) and dust collector systems. Applications include O-SEPA pipes, boiler pipes, coal drop pipes, slag discharging tubes, flame system I, II, and III tubes, dry powder delivery tubes, etc.

The service life of wear-resistant industrial alumina ceramic lined pipe is much longer than that of cast stone pipe, wear-resistant alloy steel pipe and steel rubber elbow pipe by 8-20 times.  The industrial ceramic lined pipes used for material transportation and processing can also be found in equipment used in the production of petroleum, coal, paper, aluminum and construction materials, and also used in coal washing plants, chemical engineering, mining and food industries.

  • Coal Slurry, Coal-Fired Power Plants
  • Incinerated Waste
  • Slurry Disposal System
  • Ore Separation System
  • Sand/Grit Blast Return Lines
  • Bottom Ash Handling System
  • Pneumatic Conveying System
  • Power Plant Scrubber System

Alumina Lined Pipes advantages

Industrial Alumina ceramic lined pipes with HRA ≥84 have 10 times greater performance than alloy linings, and they cost much less than stainless steel tubes, high chromium cast tubes, and carbide tubes. Furthermore, they can work in rough working temperatures (up to 1000ºC, or -50ºC-800ºC with humidity). Being lightweight, they are easy to install and much easier to convey. But above all, they’re easy to maintain —they’re maintenance-free.

The lining ceramic layer of the ceramic lined pipe is wear-resistant ceramic, its hardness (HRA) ≥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. Using different wear-resistant ceramics assures durability as this slows down deterioration from acid, salt, and alkali materials.

  • Heat-resistance
  • Easy Installation
  • Anti-Scaling
  • Abrasion-Resistance
  • High Mechanical Strength
  • Corrosion-Resistance
  • Economical Costs

Alumina ceramic lined pipes last up to 10 times longer than steel pipes, saving significantly on maintenance costs. They excel in industries like mining and chemical processing due to their superior wear resistance.

These pipes are made by bonding high-purity alumina ceramics to steel. They are used in mining, steel mills, and cement plants to handle abrasive materials and corrosive fluids.

They outperform rubber and stainless steel in wear resistance and durability, making them ideal for harsh environments.

They come in various sizes to handle different pressures and temperatures, meeting diverse industrial needs.

Despite higher initial costs, they save money over time and reduce environmental impact by minimizing replacements and waste.

 Regular inspection and adherence to operational guidelines ensure optimal performance and longevity.

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