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Cast Basalt Cylinders
Cast Basalt Cylinders have excellent resistance to abrasion and corrosion, and can be used as gas, hydraulic power or and corrosive materials transmission wear lined slurry pipeline systems in electric power, chemical industry, metallurgy, mining and coal.

The fused cast basalt is one of the most frequently used wear protection materials. Cast basalt cylinder has the characteristics of low water absorption, high compressive strength and good wear resistance. Cast basalt cylinder is characterized by excellent resistance to almost all acids and alkali. It is widely used in pneumatic and hydraulic pipeline systems, chain conveyor systems, wet chain conveyors, chutes, hoppers, transport channels, feeder conveyors, separators, cyclones etc.

Our factory can produce cast basalt pipe of nominal diameter φ40mm ~ φ800mm, which φ600mm above the large-diameter, 1000mm length tube is the exclusive production of cast basalt pipes.

Adopt centrifugal casting manufacturing cast basalt pipe reducer. Molten lava in the vacuum state is poured into the high-speed rotation the centrifuge. In fixed standard time to exit the centrifuge into the annealing furnace. Cast basalt pipes have an excellent performance of high abrasive and high corrosion resistance. Often in the form of cast basalt pipe reducer appeared in various operating conditions the pump outlet location.

As hydraulic or pneumatic conveying worn or corrosive wear resistance, corrosion resistant lining material pipe can effectively protect the pipe prolong the service life of pipelines.

The whole production process of cast basalt wear resistant materials are completely finished under the monitoring of internal control procedures for the safe and orderly.
Contact Information
  • Contact PersonSum Xu
  • Telephone0086-21-33780199
  • Fax Number0086-21-51079722
  • Websitewww.sunnysteel.com
  • Post Code200081
  • AddressNo. 273, Siping Road, Shanghai, 200081, China
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