Ceramic components

HUNAN KINGCERA ENGINEERING CO.,LTD

  • Address: NO.18,East Twelve Road,Changsha Economic and Technological Development Zone,China
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Ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile | Wear-resistant ceramic liner

Ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile
Ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile
Ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile
Ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile

The ultra-thin wear-resistant ceramic tile made by Hunan Kingcera, with a minimum thickness of only about 1mm. Not only could effectively reduce the load of the equipment, but also improve the equipment service life.

Brand:KINGCERA

Origin:Changsha China

Categories:Ceramic components

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Product Application

Wear-resistant materials on all mechanical equipments such as coal, conveying systems, pulverizing systems, ash discharge, dust removal systems, etc. in the industry of thermal power, steel, smelting, coal, mining, chemical, cement, port terminals, commercial concrete machinery.
 

Performance characteristics

1. High hardness: the hardness is the same as corundum, Mohs hardness scale 9, little less than Diamond hardness, far exceeding the wear resistance of wear-resistant steel and stainless steel.
2. Excellent wear resistance: the wear resistance is equivalent to 8-10 times that of manganese steel or high chromium cast iron. Under the same working conditions, the service life of the ceramic lined equipment can be prolonged at least ten times.
3. Light weight: The density is 3.6g/cm3, which is only half that of steel, which can greatly reduce the ceramic lined equipment loading.
 4. Firm bonding and good heat resistance: the wear-resistant ceramic tile is pasted on the equipment with heat-resistant superglue, which will keep valid under 350℃ degree.

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