Today Chemical Filters Factory to come to summarize What is the range of wear-resistant pipes.
Wear-resistant pipes are essentially different from traditional steel pipes, wear-resistant alloy cast steel pipes, cast stone pipes, and steel-plastic and steel-steel pipes. The outer layer of the wear-resistant pipe is a seamless steel pipe, and the inner layer is corundum. The hardness of corundum layer is as high as HV1100 to 1400, which is equivalent to tungsten-cobalt hard alloy, and the wear resistance is 20 times higher than that of carbon steel pipe. The wear-resistant pipe wear-resisting is mainly a corundum layer with a thickness of a few millimeters in the inner layer. This is a qualitative leap than the wear-resistant alloy cast steel pipe and the cast stone pipe, both by composition and organization, and by thickness to resist wear.
Pure wear-resistant pipes quickly occupy the market. In addition to high quality and good performance, it also has a higher performance-price ratio than other wear-resistant and heat-resistant pipes. In terms of wear-resistant pipes of the same specifications and unit length, the wear-resistant pipe weight is only about one-half of the wear-resistant alloy steel pipe, and the engineering cost per meter is reduced by 20%-30%; only the casting stone pipe weight is one-third. The engineering cost per metre is reduced by 5%-10%; the wear-resistant pipe used in corrosion or high temperature is only a fraction of the price of stainless steel and nickel-titanium tube.