|Place of Origin:||Henan Xinmi|
|Brand Name:||Henan HengYu|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10Ton|
|Packaging Details:||Pallet in size 960*960*1020mm, with cardboard and corner protection,waterproof film.|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, MoneyGram|
|Product Name:||JM26 Insulating Brick Mullite Insulation High Working Temperature||Color:||White|
|Raw Materials:||Mullite Powder||Wokring Tempature:||1200-1450℃|
|Bulk Density:||0.7-1.50g/cm3||Usage:||High Temperature Kiln Furnace|
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1.5 - 3% Fe2o3 Content Mullite Insulation Brick Low Thermal Conductivity
1. Low levels of iron and other impurities
2. High mechanical intensity
3. High refractoriness, can contact with the flame directly, suitable for various atmosphere
4. High porosity, low volume density, low thermal conductivity
5. Good heat insulating performance and energy-efficient
6. Low creep rare at high temperature,good thermal shock stability
High temperature mullite insulation bricks for sale are made from good quality and superior raw materials, with strictly classified fillings according to their grades. These fillings can form a uniform pore structure after burnt during the process of manufacture. Each grade of products has unique design to meet different thermal, physical and chemical demands.
Light Weight Mullite Insulation Brick, mainly based on aluminum silicate-based refractory materials, with some excellent performance, (especially high temperature creep performance) living in natural raw materials production Of the high aluminum products first.
Refractory materials in the iron and steel, nonferrous metals, petrochemical, building materials, machinery, electricity, light industry and other basic industries and aerospace and ships, missiles and other military fields have a wide range of applications. The main application areas of refractories and their respective proportions in the steel industry accounted for the largest proportion. Followed by cement, ceramics, glass, chemical, nonferrous metals. The following figure is about refractory materials in the steel industry.