Low Porosity Fireclay Brick- DN10

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General Information of Low Porosity Fireclay Brick DN10

Our corporation produces a comprehensive range of Low Porosity Fireclay bricks, with 30% to 55% alumina content, all of these bricks exhibit excellent performance.

Our Low Porosity Fireclay bricks are the final result of blending excellent calcined flint clay and calcined bauxite, with cutting-edge technology, adding superfine powder, after mixing, drying, forming, in the high temperature shuttle kiln. We ensure you that the Fireclay Bricks made by us possess high quality standard and have gone through all the complicated quality control parameters. Their durability and strength adds life to the structure and they have the capacity of bearing high temperature.

 

 

   Technical Data of Low Porosity Fireclay Brick DN10

Physical Properties:

Refractoriness

 

 1750

Permanent Linear Change(1450℃×2h)%

%

-0.10.5

Apparent Porosity, %

%

≤10

Cold Crushing Strength

Mpa

≥70

Refractoriness Under Load (T0.6)

1500

Thermal Expansion at 1000℃,

%

-

Density

g/cm3

≥2.4

Chemical Analysis:

 

 

   Al2O 

%

≥45

Fe2O3

%

≤1

Note:
Technical Data are typical average results from test pieces. The technical data is offered solely for your consideration. And CNBM reserve the right to modify the technical data without any prior notice. Users of CNBM products should make their own tests to determine the suitability of each product for their particular purposes.

 

 

Feature of Low Porosity Fireclay Brick DN10

Resistant to thermal shock, abrasion, chemical attack

High ability for anti-abrasion during work

Low shrinkage degree under high temperature so as to maintaining integrity of the furnace lining

Low apparent porosity, and low Fe2O3 content to reduce the carbon deposit in the blowhole and avoid the bricks broken in case of expansion

 

Applications of Low Porosity Fireclay Brick DN10

Low Porosity Fireclay Brick DN10 is mainly used in glass furnace.

 

 

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Q:What are the differences between fireclay brick and high alumina refractory brick?
One is the high alumina, solid and hollow respectively, fused mullite as main raw material made of high-grade refractory materials, strong corrosion resistance, has the advantages of through mud treatment, good thermal shock stability. Good resistance to slag, used to build steel making furnace and glass furnace. High alumina brick is a kind of refractory material. Clay brick is also known as sintered brick, electric smelting corundum and low creep high alumina brick [1] with high grade bauxite, this kind of refractory brick's main component is AL2O3, which is suitable for large and small buildings with artificial bulk. High thermal stability. A neutral refractory material with more than 48% of alumina oxide content, clay brick has clay (including shale, molding, coal gangue and other powder) as the main raw materials, cement rotary furnace lining. The product has a small high-temperature creep, one is clay. From bauxite or other high content of aluminium oxide raw materials' forming and firing, refractoriness is above 1770 deg. High R.U.L and medium-sized hot-blast furnace is different firstly in the material, forming from drying and roasting
Q:What are the differences between high alumina brick and high alumina refractory brick?
High alumina brick is generally the national standard T-3 models, high alumina refractory brick is brick with more than 55% of aluminum content including special-shaped brick.
Q:In tunnel kiln, what is the meaning of refractory proportion 2.0?
That is the volume density of the refractory brick
Q:What is the perservation method for refractory bricks used for cement kiln?
The place should be dry and ventilated. Remember that the packaging can't be damaged. If is not used for a long time, put desiccant next to the bricks. Then have thermoplastic packaging again, it won't get damp. Under normal circumstances, it can be stored for 3-5 years and won't be hairy
Q:Do refractory bricks resist corrosion and sulfur?
There are anticorrosion and acid proof refractory bricks
Q:How to make refractory bricks? ? ?
Can knock, use angle grinder to slowly cut off the glaze layer outside the refractory brick, and then use hand to gently tap, to compare the complete China to do the work of the destruction of the situation
Q:Mainly use the raw materials inside refractory bricks,
Go to the refractory factory to buy some refractory mortar that has the same texture of refractory bricks, the general boiler use clay refractory mortar.
Q:th choose of different refractory bricks in the rotary kiln
According to the characteristics of each belt, magnesium chromium brick. Take the most kiln foe example, the configuration of kiln refractory is not the same, the burning of the product is not the same. there are many kinds of rotary kiln. magnesia bricks are generally used in high temperature zone, anti-stripping alumina brick,silmo brick are used in temperate zone, clay brick is mainly used in low temperature zone. generally inlet and the outlet use corundum mullite, wear-resistant castable, spinel brick,etc. select brick of proper performance, but also take into account the economy
Q:How many squares of a ton refractory bricks?
About 2 tons , general one square clay brick is about 2 tons, from 2, one square corundum brick or magnesia bricks can reach 3 tons, it should say one square is how many tons. if it is high aluminum, then see the content of aluminum. It mainly sees what refractory bricks, because the volume and density of refractory bricks are relatively large.2 tons to 2
Q:The furnace refractory bricks are burnt into ash, what material can resist higher temperature than the refractory brick
To change a new one, it is a common way now, isn't it?

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