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One of the most important features of rubber lined pipes, if not, the most important feature, is that it protects the inner linings of the piping infrastructure against corrosion. There is no one way that corrosion hits. It all depends on what kind of materials are being transported through the piping structures. And it also depends on how it is exposed externally. Steel has always been regarded as a preferred material.
It has been known to withstand pressure and temperature conditions. The concept of composite piping was introduced to take advantage of the mechanical strength of steel. It was also originally intended to provide the piping infrastructure with its high degree of corrosion resistance. Carbon steel piping lined with rubber inside is the acute example of composite piping. Because of bonding between steel and rubber during vulcanization, practical solutions have been installed to counter chemically corrosive fluids.
This is done at reasonable levels to take into account rubber’s ability to withstand operating temperatures. The most commonly used rubber materials are as follows natural rubber, butyl rubber, and nitrile rubber. Rubber lining uses rubber sheets or extruded tubes. These are applied over the internal surface of steel piping. This is followed by vulcanizing at required temperatures in order to achieve the desired level of hardness.
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