Ceramic and Composite wear linings
Australian Mining Product and Services offer standard and custom-designed ceramic linings to suit operational-specific parameters of individual applications.
We have ceramic liners in a range of compounds – from
standard everyday alumina-based ceramic (Al2O3 )
ZTA ( zirconia toughened alumina )
RbSic ( Reaction bonded silicon carbides)
PSZ ( Partially stabilised Zirconia)
are some of the formulations we can offer that are most often used in areas requiring reliability and longevity at a commercially acceptable price
Table of properties
|Material||Melting point °C||Density gcm -3||Strength 1 MPa||Coefficient of thermal expansion x10 -6 /°C||Thermal conductivity W/m.k||Elastic modulus GPa|
We have stock at various locations in Western Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland
We offer from 6 mm to 112 mm thick standard Ceramic tiles on rubber backing that is either buffed or has a CN bonding layer – this specially formulated Neoprene based CN bonding layer achieves the ultimate adhesion when bonded to steel or rubber surfaces. The CN bonding layer is compatible with a wide range of Neoprene-based adhesives and allows for an excellent bonding capability even in adverse conditions and when applied with semi-skilled labourers.
We have a wide range of offerings in Reaction Bonded Silicon Carbide linings especially suitable for handling slurry in pipelines.
Our Alumina liners are usually between 92% – 95% content, depending on the applications.
All cylindrical lining can either be tiled or made up from Isostatic pressed cylinders that reduce the number of bonding
We have specially formulated PSZ ( Partially Stabilised Zirconia ) or ZTA ( Zirconia Toughened Alumina) that can be ideal for areas where there is little or no impact but require a length of extended wear life to reduce maintenance cost.
Ceramic Lined Pipes
For applications susceptible to erosive wear, ceramic-lined pipes from Australian Mining Products and Services are the best choice.
Our ceramic-lined pipes are made to outlast the linings that are frequently employed to prolong the life of piping systems, such as glass, rubber, basalt, hard-facings, and coatings.
All pipes and fittings are made of ceramic linings that are particularly wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant.
Ceramic Wear Liners
In applications with sliding wear and high material speeds, Australian Mining Products and Services’ ceramic wear liner offers good wear resistance, especially when the material has a small impact angle. Our ceramic inserts are durable and the distinctive design enhances wear life and impact resistance while promoting sustainability with fewer liners. Additionally, ceramic wear liner also reduces the application’s noise and vibration.
A ceramic protective layer covers a pipe or tube, strengthening the structure and adding extra protection against abrasions. The ceramic coating can take over to absorb wear and tear as the wall of the pipe or tube thins, owing to abrasions from the solid particulates they transmit.
In mining, mineral extraction, and power generation industries, ceramic wear solutions offer high levels of equipment protection from material abuses, extending the life of mineral processing equipment.
Yes, ceramic is wear and corrosion-resistant because it is made of minerals that can endure even in harsh environmental conditions. Apart from being wear resistance, it can also withstand high temperatures, pressure, and extreme weather conditions.