JM Series JM23 JM26 JM28 JM30 Thermal Light Weight Mullite Insulating Refractory Bricks

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Bubble Alumina Brick and Insulating Firebrick are high temperature refractory brick, max temp 1800 deg C, used in furnace kiln.

Bubble Alumina Brick and Insulating Firebrick are high temperature refractory brick.

 

Bubble Alumina Brick. We stock in both 2.5 & 3” sizes. We also carry double bump interlocking anchor styles. For use up to 1800C, these brick have excellent insulating properties as well as high hot strengths.

 

Insulating firebrick, we carry produces thirteen types of Insulating Fire Brick for use in applications from 2,000°F (1,093°C) to 3,200°F (1,760°C). Each type is formulated to meet specific thermal and physical requirements and after firing is machined to precise tolerances.

 

Made from high purity refractory clays and other ceramic raw materials, these insulating fire brick contain a carefully graded organic filler which is burned out during manufacture to give a uniform controlled pore structure.

 

Strong

The high compressive strength of bubble alumina brick allows for self-supporting structures at elevated temperatures. Insulating fire brick are compatible with dense fire brick and add strength to the whole construction.

 

Low Heat Storage

Lower heat storage versus dense brick means reduced fuel costs in cyclically operated heating equipment.


Application

DJM 26  Light Weight Insulating fire brick are used for the lining of converter, alternating current arc furnace, direct Current arc furnace and the ladle slag line, etc.


Company Advantage

(1)Long Insulating Fire Brick manufacture history: 25 years manufacturer 

(2)Advanced equipment

(3)Diversification of production standards: ISO ANSI FEPA JIS ASTM


 

Equipment 

1 unit of Ceramic Abrasive (SG Abrasive) pilot production line

1 unit of high-end coated abrasives (abrasive cloth) production line

2 units of Boron Carbide production lines



FAQs

Q1  What’s the transport method?

A1  FCL delivery goods with wooden pallet or wooden case by sea; If LCL delivery, must with wooden case; Sometimes need open top, flat rack or bulk cargo.

Q2  What’s the required payment term?

A2  Generally 30% TT as the prepayment, 70% TT before delivery. If need, 100% Irrevocable Letter of Credit or negotiation.

Q3  Which country are our products exported to?

A3  Apart from entire Chinese market, the US, Russia, Japan, Korea, Australia and some Southeast Asian Nations.

 

 

 

JM Series JM23 JM26 JM28 JM30 Thermal Light Weight Mullite Insulating Refractory Bricks

JM Series JM23 JM26 JM28 JM30 Thermal Light Weight Mullite Insulating Refractory Bricks


 


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Q:Why does the water drop first and then rise when the boiler fires?
Often in the operation of the boiler, the steam water mixture to the drum after intense evaporation of a large number of bubbles in the water side, the water volume expansion. By actual water level drum water level indicator is higher than the water level
Q:What is the maximum temperature range of high temperature resistant insulation materials?
A class of inorganic non-metallic materials with a refractoriness of not less than 1580 degrees. Refractoriness is defined as the temperature of a sample of a refractory cone sample that resists high temperature without loading and does not soften and melt down. But only in terms of fire resistance can not be fully described refractories, 1580 degrees of temperature is not absolute.
Q:Are there any construction waste materials for composite thermal insulation bricks?
Material production of ordinary light insulating brick clay, high alumina high strength low iron bead brick, mullite, high aluminum light insulating refractory brick, diatomite insulating refractory brick.
Q:What's the difference between refractory bricks and insulating bricks?
As far as we are concerned about the characteristics of refractory bricks and thermal insulation bricks, refractory bricks are sure to be aimed at fire resistance, while insulating bricks are more focused on thermal insulation. And more specifically, let's take a look at the following parameters.
Q:Can fly ash brick keep warm?
Add blocks and have autoclaved fly ash bricks, do not you?
Q:What materials are used for roof insulation
The other one is inorganic insulation materials, such as Portland, rare earth insulation, the thickness should be 5 cm or more, up to the high cost of auxiliary materials of construction, to reinforce, new inorganic insulation material, the material thickness, on the line of 2-3 cm, direct smear on the top of the house, without auxiliary material, than the price of wool, high aluminum silicate cotton.
Q:Is sintering insulation brick good or concrete porous brick good?
As with the expansion screw, it depends on what to connect, and go in is no problem, the key is that the carrying capacity is not very high, if you do steel support, pull and so on, it is recommended to use concrete.
Q:If there is a main component of cenosphere light insulating brick.
Before 2003 because the price is cheaper to do so cenosphere light heat insulation brick is generally used zeeospheres. After 2003 basically replaced by fly ash and other lightweight refractory material, but some high-grade light brick or floating beads.
Q:Advantages and disadvantages of external formwork and self thermal insulation block
Exterior wall insulation form, single material thermal insulation exterior wall: aerated concrete, sintered insulation brick compound thermal insulation exterior wall:According to the different settings of thermal insulation materials, it can be divided into internal insulation, external insulation and sandwich insulation exterior wall. Thermal insulation decorative integrated board: Other: thermal insulation block, etc..
Q:What material is good for indoor thermal insulation?
In the north, consider the polystyrene board system. You say polyurethane, Extrusion board, glass wool, aluminum silicate, are expensive, and the public construction is OK, and the use of housing is not very good.

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