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Tungsten Carbide Lining withstands impact and abrasion.
Press Release Summary:
January 14, 2005 - KALMETALL®-TC utilizes chemically bonded elements of tungsten and carbon. Hard grains of tungsten carbide are combined through sintering process into tiles and shapes. Available in thin small tiles and larger thick pieces, KALMETALL-TC is suited for processing machinery components as well as pipes and elbows for pneumatic and gravity piping systems. It can be used for fan blades handling coal, ore, and other abrasive granular products such as sand, coke, and ferro-silica.
Original Press Release
KALMETALL®-TC Lasts Where Other Linings Fail
Press release date: January 12, 2005
KALMETALL®-TC (tungsten carbide) from Abresist Corporation withstands the severe impact and abrasion that prematurely wears out other products, and has outlasted alumina ceramic as much as 5 times in actual practice. This tough lining works extremely well in processing machinery components and in pipes and elbows for pneumatic and gravity piping systems. Kalmetall-TC is also an exceptional lining for use in mixing equipment as well as fan blades handling coal, ore and other abrasive granular products such as sand, coke and ferro-silica.
Wear and impact resistant KALMETALL-TC is a tungsten carbide alloy utilizing the chemically bonded elements of tungsten (W) and carbon (C). The hard grains of tungsten carbide are combined through a sintering process into tiles and shapes. KALMETALL-TC is available in thin small tiles as well as larger thick pieces for piping liners. The thin tiles are typically silver-brazed onto the surface to be protected or can be installed using the Kalbond adhesive process. The larger, thicker pieces are installed as tiles or pipe lining segments with epoxy.
For more information contact Abresist Corporation, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.abresist.com, PO Box 38, Urbana IN 46990. Phone: 800-348-0717, Fax: 888-348-0717.