What is the difference between wear-resistant ceramic materials and ordinary ceramics?

2017-05-21 15:32:11 admin 20

Wear-resistant ceramic is AL2O3 as the main raw material, with rare metal oxide as the flux, the high temperature calcined from the rare corundum ceramic, and then with special rubber and high strength organic / inorganic adhesive combination The product.

Each kind of engineering ceramic material has its own advantages and disadvantages, so must be used for the use of ceramic conditions for the full analysis and research. The use of conditions are not satisfied, the ceramic will not be able to achieve the desired effect. Under normal circumstances the main factors affecting the performance of ceramics are as follows:

1. use temperature range and change;

Corrosive media

3. Force situation;

4. Hard particle collision angle of incidence;

5. Particle erosion strength

In all the ceramic materials, Founder Technology recommends that you mainly use alumina and silicon carbide ceramic two. Alumina ceramics on the general corrosion and abrasion has a very high resistance, and the highest cost performance, suitable for the vast majority of occasions. The sintered silicon carbide only in the higher temperature, higher toughness and wear resistance requirements under the conditions will be considered.