Rubber lining inside pipes has several benefits. The rubber lined pipes have good structure and are attached to the pipe using powerful glue, and rubber can resist most corrosive acids and other chemicals. It will act as a shield to keep the pipe underneath it safe. Rubber is naturally resistant to electricity, and can absorb and resist shocks and friction. The other advantage with rubber lining apart from cost savings, is that it can be relined multiple time.
As a more pliable and adaptable material, rubber is less likely to be damaged by flowing liquids compared to the metal pipes are constructed from. The fact they’re much easier (and cheaper) to replace is also a point in their favor, ensuring the overall durability of the operation longer than the actual components would last on their own.
Working together, steel rubber lined piping can provide a double punch to the problems facing most pipes. While steel is strong, adaptable, and normally used in pipelines, it can become weakened by corrosion, which rubber protects against. The way these two substances are bonded together is through lining the inside of the pipe and then vulcanizing the rubber.