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Ceram Core Fiberglass Pipe

The durability of ceramic with the corrosion-proof structure of epoxy

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We understand abrasion is only one part of the corrosion/erosion cycle, so we embed structurally reinforced epoxy-resin pipe and fittings with high-alumina ceramic. The result is a piping system with the durability of ceramic and the corrosion-proof structure of epoxy. Ceram Core™ products are lightweight and long lasting in abrasive slurries like mine tailings.

Ceram Core piping is specifically designed for the severe abrasion conditions caused by sharp, angular particles in high-flow streams. The pipe outlasts and outperforms steel, special alloys, and other lined pipe at competitive costs and is available in 6- to 16-in. diameters in standard 25-ft (7.6-m) lengths ±⅛ in. for slurry abrasion service up to 200 °F (93 °C). The system includes 45° and 90° elbows with a three-diameter sweep radius. Special angle fittings, including laterals, are available on request.


  • Mining
  • Chemical and industrial
  • Ceram Core Data Sheet
  • Ceram Core Piping System Spec Sheet
  • Chemical-Industrial Distribution List
  • Chemical and Industrial Piping Systems Brochure
  • Mining and Milling Brochure
  • Fiberglass Engineering and Piping Design Guide
  • GE Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant (Ontario, Canada) Case Study
  • Wastewater Treatment Facility Installs Ceram Core Pipe (Ohio) Case Study
Two Ceram Core Fiberglass Pipe pre-assembly
An assembled Ceram Core Fiberglass Pipe

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