Low Porosity Brick Fireclay Brick for Stoves Standard Size Refractory Bricks

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Refractory brick is a block of refractory ceramic material used in lining furnaces, kilns, fireboxes, and fireplaces.

We provide high quality Refractory Fire Bricks that are used on wide range in the various industries like Cement, Glass and Steel. Refractory Fire Bricks are provided as per the quantity and specifications required by the customers. We provide an extensive range of Refractory Fire Bricks at reasonable prices that depend upon the quantity ordered.

 

Fire Clay Brick Features:

1. Good thermal stability, low thermal conductivity, good insulation performance.

2. Low bulk density, good integrity, high mechanical strength.

3. Good thermal shock stability, good resistance to abrasion and corrosion.

4. Good volume stability at high temperature.

5. Low water absorption rate, low creeping rate.

6. Natural clay products, could be shaped freely, non-radioactive and environmentally friendly.

7. Two casted method: down draft kiln and tunnel kiln. General sintering temperature: 1280-1350 degrees.

 

Fire Clay Brick Application:

1. Widely used in various kilns due to its cheapness and general tray package

2. All parts of furnace lining for middle and small capacity blast furnace.

3. Low temperature parts of waste incinerators and glass melting furnaces, etc.

4. Widely used in metallurgy, construction (glass and cement), chemical industry, electric power and machine building.


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1. Fire Caly brick Manufacturer 
2. ISO 9001 certificate 
3. Credible Quality 
4. Reasonable price 
5. Delivery in time

 

Technical data:

 Low Porosity Brick Fireclay Brick for Stoves Standard Size Refractory Bricks

 

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.

 

Low Porosity Brick Fireclay Brick for Stoves Standard Size Refractory Bricks

Low Porosity Brick Fireclay Brick for Stoves Standard Size Refractory Bricks


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Q:Can red bricks be burned in tunnel kiln which used to burn refractory brick?
Of course. But the temperature to burn refractory brick is very high, the average temperature is above 1500 degrees. And the temperature to burn brick is not so high, about 1200 degrees. So you should control the temperature, the tunnel kiln to burn firebrick and the tunnel kiln to burn red brick are the same, there is just a little bit difference in the materials used to build the stove!
Q:does the electric kiln burner need to be sealed?
seal when open the kiln, and observe the temperature, when the temperature reaches a point, you can move the firebrick away, and continue observing the temperature to decide whether to seal it or not, but do not seal it completely, repeat the procudure until reach the sinter point or skill requirement.
Q:What types of refractory bricks are divided into?
The flue has fireproofing time requirements, very expensive, I just know this in my project, using a special refractory brick and fireproof plaster
Q:What is the best color of refractory brick
Gules
Q:90 porous brick and ordinary shale brick, clay brick difference
Porous brick is the original clay brick (now don't let in) and shale increased by a certain gap, but it is also the porosity, thickness is 90, not 53 of the original, there are also some differences in the use of solid brick and. Not for underground use.
Q:When the coal-fired steam boiler is built, it is necessary to build a common red brick between the refractory bricks. May I ask what is the requirement for this common red brick?
unnecessary
Q:What's the difference between fired clay bricks and sintered porous bricks?
Clay, shale, coal gangue or fly ash as the main raw material, calcined by the hole rate of not less than 25%, the size of the hole is small and large number, mainly used for load-bearing parts of the brick, referred to as porous brick. At present, sintered porous bricks are divided into two types of P bricks and M bricks. As compared with ordinary clay bricks, sintered porous bricks have higher compressive strength, corrosion resistance and durability, as well as light weight and good thermal insulation performance. Sintered porous bricks can be widely used in load-bearing walls of industrial and civil buildings.
Q:the refractory brick in glass furnace burner was burning, the bricks on both sides of the fire hole were burning the blocked it, what will cause brick burning?
The firebrick in glass melting furnace is mainly consisted of zircon brick, other ordinary refractory materials can not effectively prevent the erosion of glass solution. Because the glass melting liquid is eutectic mixture compared to the refractory bricks, it penetrates into the refractory brick and reduces its original performance, simply speaking, the glass melting liquid dissolves the refractory bricks as eutectic mixture .
Q:1200 degrees inside the furnace, lay a layer of refractory brick, what is the temperature outside?
except refractory brick, refractories include refractory concrete (refractory cement+aggregate), fire-resistant insulating layer (refractory cement+vermiculite powder or refractory cement + diatomaceous earth) and so on.
Q:How to repair the boiler?
use refractory bricks and plastic refractory

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