Abrasion-resistant lining Anti-abrasive linings are used to avoid excessive wear on exposed metallic surfaces which are in contact with abrasive materials; you find this in pipes, ducts, hoppers, trommels, cyclones, mills, etc. They are also used to resist high impact and reduce noise levels. The materials used in these linings have to be very abrasive-resistant and easy to replace when worn. The main materials used for this, for their mechanical properties, are rubber and polyurethane. Polyurethane abrasion-resistant linings: Polyurethane panels (without metallic structure). Polyglue®: Is a metallic plate base that comes in any thickness required lined with polyurethane. The metallic plate allows it to be easily screwed on to any surface. Polyurethane Deploye: Is a polyurethane panel with an expanded metal sheet inside which allows it to be screwed on to a surface, but gives it flexibility to cover curved surfaces. Rubber abrasion-resistant linings: Rubber Plates (with-out metallic structure). Rubber with metallic plate. Made from abrasion-resistant rubber with thicknesses up to 40 mm.