Protective coating products are essential to extend the life of your expensive assets, plant and equipment. The applications of Rubber and ceramic linings and tiling or other wear and corrosion protective coatings will improve performance and durability, making your work site safer and saving you money.

This article will look at the various types of wear-resistant products and typical uses of ceramic tiling, rubber lining and protective coatings and their application. We’ll illustrate the potential benefits for your company and advise on how Atlas Wear Solutions can work for you.

Ceramic tiling

What Are The Different Types Of Ceramic Lining

Ceramic tiling is used extensively in protective coating product applications. It is a hard, wear-resistant material capable of withstanding high temperatures and wear. Ceramic tiles are used in thermal processing and other industrial applications where wear and corrosion are a problem.

Wear-resistant ceramic tiling is used extensively in industrial applications to protect equipment from wear and corrosion.

One such application is in the transfer of material between machines. The chutes carrying the material can be lined with ceramic tiles to prevent wear on the metal surfaces. The tiles are also resistant to high temperatures and can withstand the abrasion caused by the material being transferred.

Rubber lining

rubber lining

Rubber lining is another protective coating material used in many industries. It offers good thermal and noise insulation, as well as corrosion protection. It also has a long service life, making it a cost-effective option for wear-resistant flooring. It can also be used to protect surfaces from impact. It is flexible, which makes it ideal for use in lining applications.

Before you can install rubber lining, the surface needs to be prepared. This involves cleaning and roughening the surface to ensure the adhesive will stick properly. The adhesive will then bond with the rubber to create a wear-resistant surface.
Hydro cyclones are often rubber lined. They are devices used to separate solids from liquids. The solids are forced to the outside of the cyclone by centrifugal force, and the liquid is forced to the centre. This separation occurs because the density of the solids is greater than the density of the liquid. Hydrocyclones are used in a variety of industries, including mining, food processing, and paper manufacturing.

Protective coatings can be applied to metals, concrete, and other materials. They provide a barrier between the surface and the environment, protecting the surface from wear and corrosion. Coatings can also be used to repair damaged surfaces.

Surface Preparation

Before you can apply a protective product to a surface, the surface must be prepared. The preparation process removes any contaminants and prepares the surface for the wear-resistant product. The type of preparation depends on the type of wear-resistant product to be used.

Ceramic tiling requires different preparation than rubber lining. The surface must be clean and free of any contaminants before the wear-resistant product can be applied.

Protective coating products are applied to surfaces using various methods, depending on the type of product. Ceramic tiles are typically glued or cemented to a surface. Rubber lining is applied using adhesives or vulcanization. Protective coatings are applied using spraying, brushing, or rolling methods.

Uses for Protective Coating Products

Protective coating products, linings and tiles have many industrial applications. Some common uses include:

Thermal insulation
Thermal insulation is a critical need in many industries. It is used to prevent the loss of heat or cold, depending on the application. There are many types of thermal insulation, but each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. Some are better at preventing the transfer of heat, while others are more effective at stopping the flow of cold air. The type of insulation you choose will depend on the specific needs of your industrial application.

Vibration dampening
Vibration dampening is a factor in many industries. Heavy machinery and equipment can cause a lot of vibration, which can wear down machines and components and can also be dangerous for workers. Vibration dampening products help to reduce the amount of vibration transmitted, which can prolong the life of the equipment and protect workers from potential injuries.

Noise insulation
Noise insulation can be an issue. Improperly insulated machinery and equipment can create a lot of noise, which can lead to reduced productivity and safety hazards. Working in a noisy environment can be dangerous to your health. Long-term exposure to noise can lead to hearing loss, tinnitus, and other health problems.

Wear-resistant products can help to reduce noise levels, making the work environment safer and more productive.

Acid and alkali resistance
Hazards associated with acid and alkaline at work can be dangerous if not properly handled. Most acids and alkalis are corrosive, meaning they can cause severe damage to the skin, eyes, and respiratory system if inhaled. They can also ignite flammable materials and create explosive reactions. It is crucial to have experienced professionals doing surface preparation and the installation of protective coatings for acid and alkali resistance.

Wear and tear
If equipment is not properly maintained, it can wear down and become dangerous. Worn out equipment can break down, which can lead to accidents or injuries. Parts can wear out, making the equipment less effective. This can cause a decrease in productivity and an increase in safety hazards. Proper maintenance of equipment is essential to preventing these problems.

Wear-resistant products can help to prolong the life of your equipment and reduce the wear and tear causing dangerous conditions. By using these products, you can keep your equipment in good condition and reduce the risks associated with wear and tear.


The application of durable protective coating products will improve your work site. The benefits for your business will include:

Protective coating products help machines and equipment work better. They protect them from wear and tear, which can make machines work less efficiently. The application of Wear-resistant products will extend the life of your heavy plant and machinery and reduce maintenance costs.

Increased high-temperature resistance
The wear and tear on industrial equipment can be significant, and increased temperatures can exacerbate the problem. High-temperature resistant coatings can help to protect equipment from the damaging effects of heat, prolonging its life and keeping it in working order for longer periods of time.

Low coefficient of friction
Low coefficient of friction means two surfaces move past each other with minimal wear. This is often desirable in engineering and design, as it can lead to longer product life and less friction-related wear. There are a variety of methods for achieving low coefficients of friction, including the use of lubricants, coatings, and specialised materials.

Extended part life
One of the most important benefits of wear-resistant products is they can extend the life of parts and components. This is especially beneficial in industrial settings, where wear and tear can take a toll on equipment.

Reduced maintenance requirements
When machines and equipment are well-protected with protective product coatings, rubber lining and ceramic tiles, the need for regular maintenance is greatly reduced. This can save time and money in the long run, as less time will be spent on repairs and replacements.

Cost savings
Protective coating products help to extend the life of machines and equipment, reducing the need for regular maintenance and repairs.
In addition, these coatings can help to reduce friction between surfaces, leading to less wear and tear on parts.

Finally, wear-resistant products can improve the performance of machines, making them more efficient and productive.

All of these factors can lead to significant cost savings over time.

Improved safety
Protective coating products can improve safety by reducing wear and tear on machines and equipment. This can lead to less friction between surfaces, which in turn leads to less wear and tear on parts and reduces the risk of accidents caused by faulty equipment.

In addition, these products can help machines to work more efficiently, making them safer to operate. Finally, wear-resistant coatings can protect equipment from the damaging effects of heat, making it safer to use.

Happier community!
Your neighbours will appreciate your use of protective coating products. A reduction in vibrations and loud noise from your newly coated and protected machines will improve their working conditions, too!
Including wear-resistant products as part of your site maintenance regime can improve performance, reduce wear and tear, and extend the life of your equipment. By doing so, you can save money on repairs and replacement costs, and keep your operation running smoothly.

Atlas Wear Solutions – the expertise you need!

For over 20 years, Atlas Wear Solutions have been servicing Australia-wide providing industrial rubber and ceramic linings as well as other protective coating products. We are an experienced team with extensive knowledge in the preparation and the application of products capable of preventing or reducing damage, improving performance and saving you money.

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