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Ceramic lined steel pipe

It is the ideal wearable and corrosion resistant engineering pipeline, with wear resistance 15 times higher than common steel pipe, smooth inner surface, and favorable liquor resistance.

Manufacturer - TOPPIPE
Model # - CSP
Submitted By - TOPPIPE International Supply Co, Ltd (Manufacturer, Provider)
Country - China
Category - Stainless Steel : Steel Product : Steel Pipe And Tube

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High abrasion resist :   HV1500
Corrosion resistant :   5year
Convenient install :   1hrs
Cost effective :   1
Heat resistant :   800



High abrasion resistant: Vickers hardness of the corundum lining is HV1100 to1500, as high as that of tungste-cobalthard alloys, and the abrasion resistance is 20 times as carbon steel pipes. Its rigidity is the highest among all oxides.
Corrosion resistant: Corundum is a neutral material, and is ac-proof and foulingfree.
Heat resistant: The pipe can work under circumstances of -50 to 800 degrees Celsius.
Convenient installation: It is much lighter than any other types of composite pipes, and can be welded or connected through flanges.
Cost effective: Ceramic -lined composite steel pipe can take the place of expensive stainless steel, titanium, nickel, cast stone or alloy pipes. Extended service life can also reduce maintenance cost.


The ceramic-lined steel pipes have numerous exceptional properties including good resistance to abrasion, heat, mechanical and thermal shocks. The pipes are easy to weld and fixing. They are very suitable for the transport of abrasive materials and thus can replace cast ceramic pipes, alloy pipes, and resin-lined steel pipes. They have a wide variety of application in mining, power plants, water conservation and metallurgical, coal, petroleum, and building material industries.


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