Wear Resistant Technologies
Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories’ innovative Wear Resistance Technologies business unit, can manufacture a wide range of different high grade ceramic materials.
Wear Resistance Technologies can customize products and soliutions according to customers’ abrasion, erosion and corrosion needs. Our core objective is to ensure the optimum performance, efficiency and service life of customers’ equipment and systems; while aligning our values on sustaibability and carbon free goals.
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Separation and Screening Components
Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories’ extensive material science knowledge and application experience has led to its ceramic lining solutions being the most cost-effective systems available on the market.
Our solutions are routinely used to classify and separate abrasive materials in over 200 of its own manufacturing plants and in a range of applications from some of the industry’s most respected OEMs
Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories works in partnership with customers to co-develop dynamic ceramic lining solutions to solve virtually any wear-related equipment reliability issues.
Ceramic lining solutions are suitable for use with a range of equipment, including:
- Hydro and air cyclones
- Screening components
- Dust collectors
|Nitride Bonded SiC||Reaction Bonded SiC|
|Cryston®||Cryston® TW||Cast Refrax® 20||Refrax® 20||Norfrax® RB||Silit® SKD||HAMMERfrax®|
|Sintered Alpha SiC|
|Zirconia Toughned Alumina||Fused Cast AZS||Silicon Carbide||Aluminium Oxide|
|Durastrike™ ZTA||ZAC - Corguard®||Wearfrax® RS58||Wearfrax® RA57|
Can ceramics resist vibrations like those typically experienced on a screen or vibratory feeder?
Yes. Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories has successfully installed ceramic linings on thousands of screens and vibratory feeders across a wide range of industries.
What is the typical equipment service life achievable with a ceramic lining solution?
Achievable equipment service life will be impacted by a number of factors, but in general, the use of an appropriate and correctly installed ceramic will ensure that any application is cost-effective.