Zirconia ceramics are also called electronic ceramics, wear-resistant ceramics and lighting ceramics. If classified according to the details, it can generally be divided into steatite porcelain, seven-five porcelain, eight-five porcelain, nine-five porcelain, nine-six porcelain, nine-ninth porcelain, etc.; it can also make substrates, substrates, porcelain rings, porcelain rods, porcelain holders, etc. What is the difference between zirconia ceramics and ordinary ceramics for pipe sockets, circuit shells, spark plugs, wear-resistant valve discs, wiring insulating ceramics throughout the automotive circuit, etc.?
zirconia ceramic structural parts
It is precisely because of the wide application of zirconia ceramics that it has certain advantages over ordinary ceramics. The specific introduction is as follows:
1. Zirconia ceramics: Nine-Five Zirconium Porcelain, Nine-Nine Zirconium Porcelain; Mainly produce cutting tools, all components in the engine, steel mills, steel water equipment, military, aerospace applications and other high-tech durable parts, wear-resistant parts, and anti-wear parts. Corroded parts.
2. Wear-resistant ceramics: wear-resistant patches, wear-resistant bricks, wear-resistant rods, etc. used in mining, fan factories, gold mining, cement plants, power plants, thermal power plants, etc. The company can also organize construction, technical guidance and development.
3. Insulating ceramics: insulators, insulating shells, insulating porcelain bottles, insulating rods, insulating tubes, insulating sheets, insulating pads and other products and accessories used in high and low voltage, AC and DC operations.
4. Zirconia ceramics have the advantages of high hardness, good wear resistance, high toughness, low friction coefficient, and good corrosion resistance. They are widely used in mechanical seals, ball milling media, cutting tools, ceramic bearings, automotive engine parts, Paper machine dehydration equipment, etc.
5. The wear resistance of zirconia ceramics is 15 times that of alumina ceramics. The friction coefficient of zirconia ceramics is only 1/2 of that of alumina ceramics, while the friction coefficient of alumina ceramics is very low.