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    CERA-WEAR SR Ceramic Wear Pads


    CERA-WEAR SR Ceramic Wear Pads are a premium grade, composite liner of wear resistant 92% alumina square ceramic tiles, vulcanised within an impact resistant rubber, which has excellent resistance to high flow wet and dry fine particle sliding abrasion.

    CERA-WEAR SR Ceramic Wear pads are supplied with a specially formulated Neoprene based CN Bonding Layer to achieve ultimate adhesion when bonded to steel or other rubber surfaces. To achieve this ultimate bond strength, the TRS range of cold, vulcanising adhesives are recommended.

    CERA-WEAR SR Ceramic Wear pads are supplied with the tiles completely embedded within a rubber matrix to increase the bond strength of each individual tile within the pad. The rubber between the tiles gives increased impact resistance and flexibility for installation on flat, convex or concave surfaces, making them suitable for a wide range of Wear protection ceramic lining applications.

    The CN bonding layer and TRS adhesive system is extremely flexible and allows good bond strength to be achieved even in adverse conditions often encountered when application is occurring on site on operational equipment.

    Technical Information

    Aluminium Oxide Al203 92% (min)
    Density 3.65 g/cc ASTM C373-88
    Hardness (Rockwell) 77 R45N ASTM C1327
    Compressive Strength 1950 Mpa (min) ASTM C1424-04
    Flexural Strength 320 Mpa (min) ASTM C1161-02c
    Water absorption 0% ASTM C373-88
    Abrasion by Impingement 0.05 grams (max)
    Abrasion by Rubbing 0.1 grams (max)
    Polymer SBR
    Colour Black
    Hardness 40° ± 5° Shore A ASTM D2240

    Available Sizes

    STANDARD THICKNESS 5mm, 10mm, 14mm, 20mm
    STANDARD SHEET SIZE 500mm x 500mm

    Ceramic Wear Pads can be supplied as an individual panel or as a custom element ready for mechanical installation. They can be supplied as per specifications and drawings or custom designed to meet your requirements.


    CERA-WEAR SR Ceramic Wear Pads have been designed primarily for use as a ceramic lining for the wear and corrosion protection of steel equipment surfaces .It’s mainly used for high speed wet abrasion applications such as slurry handling in the mineral processing industry but can be used for any fine particle abrasion applications. Typical equipment to be lined includes:

    • Chutes
    • Pipes and tanks
    • Cyclones
    • Launders
    • Screen beams and components
    • Mill feed chutes
    • Sumps and underpans
    • Grain handling and processing equipment