|Origin:||Made In China|
|Category:||Metallurgy , Mining & Energy / Metallurgy & Mining / Piping Tubing|
|Label:||Rubber Lined Pipe , Rubber Lining Pipe , Rubber Lined Piping|
|Min. Order:||1 pc|
Rubber Lined Carbon Steel Pipe
Rubber Lined Steel Pipe protect Pipeline with their Characteristic of wear resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance.
Rubber Lined Steel Framework:
♠ Pipe Framework of Rubber Lined Steel Pipe Is Carbon Steel Pipe Or Stainless Steel Pipe
♠ Rubber Lining is High Wear Resistant Rubber, Corrosion Resistant Rubber, High Temperature Resistant Rubber
♠ With Adhesives made by our workshop.
♠ So that make sure Rubber Lined Steel Pipe will be well use.
Rubber Lined Steel Spool Work Application Area:
♥ Rubber Lined Steel Fitting For Mine Tailings Mining Slurry Pipeline
♥ Rubber Lined Steel Pipe For Sea Water Dredging pipeline
♥ Rubber Lined Steel Spool Work Electric-power plant desulfurization Pipeline
♥ Rubber Lining Steel Pipe Chemical plant factory sewage pipeline
Carbon Steel Pipe Rubber Liner Materials:
Natural Rubber，Poly Urethane Rubber，Butyl Rubber，Nitrile Butadiene Rubber，Chloroprene Rubber，Hypalon Rubber，Ethylene Propylene Rubber，Styrene Butadiene Copolyme Rubber，Synthetic Rubber，Abrasive Rubber，Anti Corrosive Rubber，Acid Resistant Rubber，Alkali Resistant Rubber，Salt Resistant Rubber，High Temperature Resistant Rubber，Oil Resistant Rubber，Vulcanized Rubber，Pre Vulcanized Rubber
Rubber Lined Steel Piping Method：
There are two Method of rubber lining Steel piping: heat vulcanizing bonding method and cold vulcanizing bonding method.
1> Heat vulcanization bonding
Through vulcanization Tank, under high temperature and high pressure, Making the rubber vulcanization bonding on Carbon Steel Inner Surface.
One objective is to allow the rubber lining to be vulcanized by external conditions,
Another objective is to bond the rubber liner to the inner surface of the Rubber Lined Steel Spool Work by means of a heat vulcanizing.
2> Cold vulcanization bonding method
Through the special vulcanizing adhesive,
Making rubber lining direct bonding,
After bonding, Then the Rubber lined Steel Framework can be used directly
Rubber Lined Steel Pipe And Fitting Feature:
♣ High wear resistance: Impact resistance
♣ High strength: Good Anti-abrasion, Effectively avoid damage caused by water hammer
♠ High corrosion resistance: Fine Anti-corrosion
♣ Acid resistance, alkali resistance, corrosion resistance
♣ Prevent chemical damage to steel Pipe Skeleton Frame
♣ Slowing down fouling
♣ Adhesion of Rubber Lined Steel Pipe is very strong
♣ Less running resistance can reduce energy consumption;: Transmission medium resistance is very small
♣ Can be transported by a wide variety of fluid media
♣ Working Service life can be up to 15~50 years
♣ Energy saving, environmental protection, high efficiency
♣ High temperature resistance: Adapting to wide range of temperature: Working temperature: -50℃～+150℃
♣ Main transport medium:wear and corrosive medium Slurry medium
♣ Can reduces the impact abrasion of the conveying medium on the steel Pipe Skeleton Frame wall
♠ Light weight, easy to install, maintain and transport;
♠ Recycling and reusing.
Rubber Lined Elbow Pipe
Linings are a premium form of corrosion protection for some of the most severe chemical and abrasive environments. Natural and butyl rubber linings withstand a variety of high-concentration acids and are the optimum choice for high heat and abrasive environments. Additionally, the elasticity of a rubber lining easily accommodates thermal expansion and contraction as well as vibration.
Rubber lined steel tube main features are as the follows:
1. The chemical properties are stable, and the characteristics of high heat-resistance and anticorrosion are also excellent;
2. The impact resistance is strong due to the outer protective layer of steel;
3. Pipes is connected with flange, and easy to installation
The Company's product solutions enable its customers to address the challenges presented by demanding industrial applications, including:
Mining, transporting and processing abrasive particles of varying sizes,
Transporting and processing corrosive materials with varying chemical properties,
Transporting slurry via pipeline at extreme temperature differences (interior vs. Exterior),
Managing equipment wear performance in light of high velocity transportation,
Reducing work injury from the installation and maintenance of equipment,
Maximizing the speed and effectiveness of all mining, transporting and processing functions,
Minimizing the impact and wear/tear on equipment placed in harsh environments,
Minimizing the replacement or servicing of wearable equipment and
Minimizing the use of costly and hard-to-find skilled labor
Within 30 days after receipt of the deposit
Unfumigation wooden case (Out package) and Plastic film and Textile membrane(inside package). We can make change as your request.
|The main dimension of pipe fittings|
|specification||D.D.*wall thickness||1.5D standard elbow||3D tee||Reducing fittings||Straight pipe|
|O.D||O.D tolerance||W.T||Thickness Tolerance|
|Length||6—12m, according to the customers’ requirements|
|International Standard||ISO9001 ISO14001|
|Packing||In bundles or according to customers’ request|
|Main market||Middle east, Africa, North and South America, East and West Europe, South and southeast Asia, Australia|
|Place of Origin||China|
|Processing technology available||Threading, coupling|
Material Used for Rubber Lining of Piping System
Rubber linings are mainly used for protection against corrosion and/or erosion damage.
A wide range of rubbers and elastomers are available for lining vessels, tanks and piping.
Rubbers can also be made with anti-static properties to give a low surface electrical resistance.
Hard rubbers, i.e. hardness greater than Shore D 60, can only be applied by autoclave vulcanization, and therefore hard rubber lining is restricted to small equipment or components. Only soft rubbers can be applied on site.
Hard rubber linings can only be applied to rigid structures and they are also sensitive to large temperature fluctuations. Soft rubber linings remain elastic over a large temperature range, and consequently they can accommodate major deformation, vibrations and significant temperature changes.
With respect to safety aspects, pressure rating, etc. the regulations which apply to piping, equipment and structures are also valid for rubber-lined systems.
Material selection is determined by:
- service conditions (pressure, temperature, medium, etc.)
- manufacturing method
The following rubber types are used for lining purposes (classification according to ASTM D 1418):
- Isoprene or natural rubber (NR)
- Synthetic isoprene rubber (IR)
- Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR)
- Chloroprene rubber (CR)
- Butyl rubber (IIR)
- Broom-butyl rubber (BIIR)
- Chloro-butyl rubber (CIIR)
- Nitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR)
- Ethylene propylene rubber (EP, EPDM)
- Urethane rubber (UR)
- Chlorosulphonated polyethylene (CSM)**
- Fluoro elastomer (FKM)*
* Commercially available under trade name "Viton" (DuPont product)
** Commercially available under trade name "Hypalon" (DuPont product)
Depending on the degree of vulcanization, rubbers can be classified as 'soft' rubber or as 'hard' rubber. The hardness of soft rubbers is expressed in Shore A, and the hardness of hard rubbers is expressed in Shore D (ASTM D 2240).
Hard rubbers (or Ebonites), i.e. with a hardness higher than Shore D 60, can be produced from NR or blends, e.g. NR/IR, NR/SBR and NR/IR/SBR.
Properties of Rubber
Each rubber material has a specific limit in terms of allowable service temperature and chemical resistance. The chemical resistance and temperature limits for continuous service of several rubber types are given below.
1. Natural rubber (NR)
Soft and hard natural rubber linings are suitable for handling most inorganic chemicals, with the exception of strong oxidising agents such as chromic and nitric acids. Natural rubber linings are also suitable for handling hydrochloric acid. Natural rubber is also resistant to most organic fluids, including alcohols and most esters. They should not be used in the presence of aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, mineral oils and certain vegetable oils. The allowable service temperature range is -40 °C to +80 °C.
The bond strength of NR linings on steel is excellent. The hardness is typically Shore A 55 for soft rubber and Shore D 75 for hard natural rubber.
2. Synthetic isoprene rubber (IR)
Isoprene rubber is a synthetic alternative form of NR, and has similar properties.
3. Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR)
Styrene-butadiene rubber can be used for the containment of automotive brake fluids, alcohols and mixtures of alcohol and water. The allowable service temperature range is -30 °C to +80 °C. The hardness is in the same range as that of soft natural rubber (NR).
4. Chloroprene rubber (CR)
Chloroprene rubber is resistant to ozone and sunlight, and reasonably resistant to oils and chlorine. Special compounds are suitable for use with refrigerants (e.g. Freon 12 and 22).
The allowable service temperature range is -30 °C to +105 °C. Hardness is approximately Shore A 60.
5. Butyl rubbers (IIR, BIIR, CIIR)
Butyl rubbers have excellent tolerance to hydrochloric acid. Butyl rubber is resistant to ozone and sunlight, non-flammable hydraulic fluids, animal and vegetable oils, water, alcohols, ketones and acids. Butyl rubber should not be used in the presence of free halogens, petroleum oils or halogenated or aromatic hydrocarbons. The allowable service temperature range is -30 °C to +110 °C. Hardness is in the range of Shore A 55 to A 60.
6. Nitrile butadiene rubber (NBR)
Nitrile butadiene rubber (also known as BuNa-N) is a copolymer of butadiene and acrylonitrile. The acrylonitrile content must be at least 35% by mole to obtain good chemical resistance. Nitrile rubbers are resistant to petroleum-based hydraulic and lubricating oils, animal and vegetable oils, acetylene, alcohols, water, alkalis and fuel oils. Nitrile rubber should not be used for phenols, ketones, acetic acids, most aromatic hydrocarbons and nitrogen derivatives. The allowable service temperature is -35 °C to +80 °C. Hardness is approximately Shore A 60.
7. Ethylene propylene rubbers (EPDM / EPM)
Ethylene propylene rubbers are resistant to ozone and sunlight, oxidizing chemicals, non-flammable hydraulic fluids, pure aniline, fire extinguisher liquids, acids, hot water and steam. However, these rubbers are not resistant to mineral oils, petrol solvents and aromatic hydrocarbons. The allowable service temperature range is -40 °C to +150 °C. Hardness is typically in the range Shore A 40 to A 80.
8. Urethane rubber (UR)
Urethane rubber has excellent wear/erosion resistance and is chemically resistant to mineral oils, fuels and ozone. Urethane rubber should not be used for concentrated acids, ketones or chlorinated hydrocarbons, and shall not be used for water above 50 °C.
Otherwise, the allowable service temperature range is -40 °C to +70 °C. Hardness is typically in the range Shore A 50 to A 80.
9. Chlorosulphonated polyethylene (CSM)
Chlorosulphonated polyethylene is a highly wear-resistant synthetic rubber with excellent resistance to heat, ozone sunlight, oxidising media, sodium hypochlorite and sulphuric acid.
CSM rubber has also good resistance to most oils, lubricants and aliphatic hydrocarbons, but is unsuitable for use with esters and ketones. The allowable service temperature range is -35 °C to +80 °C. Hardness is approximately Shore A 60.
10. Fluoro-elastomers (FKM)
Fluoro-elastomers are copolymers of hexa-fluoro-propylene and vinyldiene fluoride. They are suitable for both high-temperature and vacuum applications. These materials have excellent resistance to oils, fuels, lubricants, carbon tetrachloride, most concentrated acids and many aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons such as toluenes, benzene and xylene.
They should not, however, be used with low molecular weight esters and ethers, ketones, certain amines and hot anhydrous hydrofluoric or chlorosulphonic acids. These materials are also resistant to ozone and sunlight and can be used in contact with many corrosive gases, e.g. bromine and chlorine. However, they are not resistant to ammonia or highpressure steam. The allowable service temperature range is -20 °C to +230 °C. Hardness is typically in the range Shore A 60 to A 90.