Alumina ceramics offer exceptional wear and chemical resistance as well as mechanical and electrical insulation properties. Various specialised materials can be formed into almost any design and shape including intricate and machined components.
Lindure is one of the hardest ceramics available. It offers exceptional resistance to wear and is also outstanding in applications where thermal variations occur.
Linhard liners are used mainly in applications where particle energy is too high for ceramics.
Linhard, which is 600 BHN Cast Iron, comes in rings, cones and blocks, these are made to order.
Developed for slurry or high wear sliding applications, Cast Basalt is an effective wear resistant material.
It provides long lasting lining for static plant over which large volumes of abrasive materials are passed.
Lintec developed abrasion resistant concretes for use in flue gas ducts, sluiceways and for bedding other wear liners.
The tough, wear and corrosion resistant properties if Linplast 1 make it ideal for some pipe and other linings.
Linplast 2 has a very low coefficient of friction which is useful to reduce ‘hang-ups’ when handling sticky materials.
This hard-facing overlay is normally fabricated in the form of liner plates.
Lincarb is usually applied in areas where thermal variation and/or substrate flexion are too great for alumina linings.
Experienced draughtsman, boiler makers and welders are available to handle all types of fabrications, optimising the lining type for the application.
Specific purpose adhesives and wear resistant mortars are developed and manufactured according to strict quality control procedures.
This range of products is suitable for specialised applications and offers protection against abrasion.