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

- Oct 17, 2020-

Wear-resistant ceramics are special corundum ceramics made of baiAL2O3 as the main raw material, rare metal oxides as the du flux, and sintered at a high temperature of 1,700 bai. Then, special rubber and high-strength organic/inorganic bonding are used. A combination of agents.

Each engineering ceramic material has its own advantages and disadvantages, so full analysis and research must be carried out for the working conditions of ceramics. If the use conditions are not met, the ceramic will not achieve the expected use effect. Under normal circumstances, the main factors affecting ceramic properties are as follows:

1. Operating temperature range and change;

2. Corrosive medium;

3. Force condition;

4. Incident angle of hard particle collision;

5. Particle erosion intensity

Among all ceramic materials, Beijing Titan Technology recommends that you mainly use alumina and silicon carbide ceramics. Alumina ceramics have extremely high resistance to general corrosion and abrasion, and have the highest performance-to-price ratio, which is suitable for most occasions. Sintered silicon carbide will only be considered for use under higher temperature, higher toughness and wear resistance requirements.