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Wear-protection technology

Wear is defined as the progressive removal of material from a surface as a result of mechanical, chemical or thermal loads. It is caused by a grinding, scratching or percussive load. In most cases, the change to the surface of the material is undesirable. Reducing wear presents an important opportunity to extend the service life and useful life of machines and plants, thereby saving operating costs as well as conserving material resources.

Overview of all processes

Processes -  Wear-protection technology

What is the special feature of the process?

The properties of high-performance ceramics, such as hardness, wear resistance, impact resistance, abrasion resistance and anti-adhesion, help make the processes and sequences of machines and plants safer and more quality-focussed. Components made from high-performance ceramics are therefore increasingly replacing conventional materials such as metal and plastic.