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Wear-resistant ceramic tiles have a high hardness, second only to diamond. Its wear resistance and compressive strength are also very strong, and it will not be seriously damaged even in high-pressure, high-temperature, or high-friction working environments. Wear-resistant ceramics have the characteristics of wear resistance, impact resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, and easy construction, making them an ideal material for surface wear resistance in industries such as electricity, metallurgy, coal, petroleum, cement, chemicals, and machinery for conveying materials (such as ash, coal powder, mineral powder, tailings, cement, etc.). It is very safe and reliable to use in high-temperature corrosion, high-temperature wear, or high-temperature melting environments. Data shows that the life span of wear-resistant ceramics is ten to twenty times higher than that of materials such as cast stone, wear-resistant alloy cast steel, steel plastic, and steel rubber.
Application and properties of alumina: 1、Angle of repose. The angle of repose of alumina refers to the inclination angle at which the material naturally piles up on a smooth surface. Alumina with a larger angle of repose is more easily dissolved in electrolyte and can be well coated on the electrolyte shell during electrolysis, with less loss due to flying.
Everyone knows that alumina balls have adsorption properties and are therefore used as desiccants for gases and liquids, adsorbents for gas purification, fluoride removers for drinking water, and color and odor eliminators for industrial wastewater.
Alumina lining bricks, also known as alumina ceramic lining bricks, ball mill lining bricks, wear-resistant ceramic lining bricks, etc., have the characteristics of high hardness, high density, low wear, good regularity, and corrosion resistance. They are mainly used as wear-resistant linings in ball mills and are powerful assistants for wear and corrosion resistance.