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Engineering and Science>Ceramics>
Refractories

Products:

Refractory materials

  • Different types of Chamotte refractories (Service temperature 1400,1540and 1550° C)
  • Different types of Alumina-silica and high alumina refractories (Service temperature 1650, 1750 and 1820 ° C)

 

 

 
 
 
 

Datasheet of products

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina-Silica product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

1400 ˚C

Main component                    

Fireclay

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.1-2.2 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

12-15 liters per 100 kg of dry materials to be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

                    Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

44-47

%

SiO2

36-39

CaO

8-10

Fe2O3

< 2.5

 

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina-Silica product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

 1540 ˚C

Main component                    

 Low Iron Fireclay/ Bauxite

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.2-2.3 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

9-12 liters per 100 kg of dry materials

To be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

53 – 55

%

SiO2

35 – 38

CaO

4.5 – 5

Fe2O3

< 1.6

 

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina-Silica product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

 1550 ˚C

Main component                    

 Low Iron Fireclay/ Bauxite

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.25-2.35 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

9-12 liters per 100 kg of dry materials

To be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

59-61

%

SiO2

30-33

CaO

3-4.5

Fe2O3

< 1.6

 

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina-Silica product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

 1650 ˚C

Main component                    

 Bauxite/ Low Iron Fireclay

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.3-2.4 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

9-12 liters per 100 kg of dry materials

To be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

69-72

%

SiO2

18-21

CaO

3-4.5

Fe2O3

< 1.5

 

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina-Silica product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

 1750 ˚C

Main component                    

 Brown fused Alumina/White fused alumina

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.55-2.75 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

8-10 liters per 100 kg of dry materials

To be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

90-92

%

SiO2

2-3

CaO

3.5-4.5

Fe2O3

< 1.2

 

PRODUCT TYPE

Alumina product, Regular castable

Maximum recommended temperature  

 1820 ˚C

Main component                    

Tabular alumina

Type of bond

Hydraulic

Appearance

Dry

Shelf time

7 month in temperate conditions

Installation method

Vibration

Maximum grain size

5 mm

Materials required

2.65-2.9 T/ m³

Packing

25 & 40 kg bags

Drinking water required for mixing on site

8-10 liters per 100 kg of dry materials

To be adjusted for desired consistency

Product Properties

Average Value

Units

Chemical Analysis

Al2O3

94-96

%

CaO

4.5-5

Fe2O3

< 0.2

 
 

·      Uses and Applications

Unshaped (monolithic) refractory materials used in various industries such as: lining furnace and insulation, steel, cast iron and non-ferrous metals and alloys, glass industry, cement industry, oil and gas and petrochemical.

    

Technical knowledge in the field of refractory materials

 

  • Technical development and pilot production of insulated panels with operating temperature up to 1100 ° C
  • Technical development and production of alumina-silicate lightweight aggregate for use in refractory RQ class standard ASTM C401
  •  Methods for making concrete Chamotte refractories and insulation in the MCC, LCC and ULCC consistent with the consumer
  •  Achieving the technical knowledge to manufacture Magnesia bricks for cement and lime industries

  • Achieving the technical knowledge of production, zirconium repairing monolithic refractory

                                                                                                        

·      Other abilities

  •  Production of different types of phosphate-bonding and special insulation monolithic refractory according to order
  • Precast production of block with different shapes
  • Block and refractory brick insulation foam
  • Supply and production of anti-corrosion monolithic refractory
  • Providing consultancy services, inspection, laboratory
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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