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Abrasion Resistant Ceramic Coatings not only minimize or prevent wear damage, they’re also a cost-effective alternative to constant maintenance repairs or expensive replacement parts.
Pneumatic conveying systems’ impact regions, such as elbows, pipes, and tubes, are susceptible to considerable abrasion due to the speed at which dry bulk materials are moved through them.
When materials are poured in from the loaders, even hoppers in bulk material handling systems can suffer damage from impact wear.
Even seemingly harmless products like grain, cereals, and sugar can be just as harmful to conveying systems as coarse and dense bulk materials like gravel or sand.
Their abrasive particles cause components to wear down over time, which results in expensive repairs and downtime.
Ceramic linings shield a component’s inner, whereas ceramic coatings are utilized to provide pneumatic components a wear-resistant outside layer. They both serve as lines of defense.
The Global Abrasion Resistant Ceramic Coatings market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
An Abrasion Resistant Ceramic Coating, Novo coat SP2000AR Ceramic Coating, makes a solid bond even to moist and shoddily prepared surfaces, including densely attached rust.
This low-friction coating resists build-up and provides long-term wear protection, making it appropriate for use on concrete, steel, or surface rebuilding and restoration products.
Features-Excellent immersion resistance, no VOCs, long-term wear protection, excellent abrasion resistance, and compliance with AWWA 210 performance standards. Uses-Silos, Chutes, and Hoppers.
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