Ceramic materials offer a number of benefits in a variety of applications. Maintaining a smooth surface ceramics provide higher wear, heat and corrosion resistance, as well as high tensile strength.
These materials also offer lower thermal expansion than metals or plastics, and longer part life at original design dimensions and tolerances.
- Dry abrasion application
- Large particle size in a slurry
- High velocity slurry
- Corrosion resistance
- Various shape capabilities
- Heat resistance
Alumina represents the most commonly used ceramic material in the industry. It provides superior abrasion, high temperature and chemical resistance, and is also an electrical insulator.
Ceramic has an excellent cost to part life performance record.
Effectively handles severe abrasion in elbows with tight radius, and other high wear areas.