Features of Brick Diatomite Lightweght Insulation Brick
Material and Technical of Refractory Brick Diatomite Lightweght Insulation Brick
This diatomite insulating bricks are made of high diatomite, bonding with other porous materials. Produced by our licensed technology, shaping by casting, sintering at high temperature then cutting and polishing to the demand sizes, the strength and insulating property are obviously improved.
Application of Refractory Brick Diatomite Lightweght Insulation Brick
Diatomite insulating bricks can be used in reduction cell and hot blast pipe of various thermal equipments, which placed in the high requirement on heat-insulating.
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B-Standard of GB
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Specification of Refractory Brick Diatomite Lightweght Insulation Brick
Max Service Temperature (°C)
Bulk Density (g/cm3) ≤
Cold Crushing Strength
Reheating Linear Change (%) 900 °CX 8Hr ≤
Thermal conductivity(W/m.k) 300°C
- Q:why should have to spray the water in vertical roller mills while grinding in the cement industries?
- Although I am not first hand in the cement/concrete industry, water extends the tooling's life and most important, it keeps the dust down so you have a lesser chance of getting lung disease from the dust. I forget what it's called right now. We do a lot of core drilling in our line of work those are the reasons for the water.
- Q:Was the gulf oil leak sealed with cement as stated, or was it concrete?
- In the oil industry it is known as cement. Granted, there are non-cement constituents, but there is no aggregate as the concrete that we're most familiar with has. The cement has to flow through small gaps and can't have rock chunks in it. The cement used in the oilfield also has a number of other additives to control such things as setting time and flow characteristics (called rheology).
- Q:know the cement but I want to know the exact definition in engineering view.?
- Cement generally is a powder which when mix with water, chemically bonds with it and forms a paste and eventually hardens. Cement bonds aggregates (sand and gravel) to form concrete. When a steel is used to reinforce concrete, this is called reinforced concrete. Cement is used in plastering walls, filling hollow blocks, tile setting, floor screeding and others. Cement is always part of everyday life in construction from foundation to finishing.
- Q:I have removed tile in the bathroom that was over cement board. What to do?
- As long as the cement board is not in the tub surround or shower area, you can replace it with blue (mold and water resistant (preferred)), or green (water resistant) drywall. Never use standard drywall in a bathroom or kitchen. The moisture in these two areas can create a mold problem. I recommend you remove the cement board rather than putting the drywall over it. Any electrical outlet or switch junction boxes may have to be repositioned in order to get the switches and receptacles to sit flush with the wall. The other issue is that the closed in pocket between the cement board and drywall could be a moisture trap, especially in the bathroom. That's just asking for trouble. Finally, unless you have experience taping and mudding (finishing) drywall, I suggest you hire a professional to do this for you.
- Q:What gets paint of cement?
- That is difficult because the paint seeps down into the little crevices of cement.. You can do one of the following 1) apply a paint remover and follow the instructions.. the paint will then crumble a little.. use a wire brush to brush as much as you can to get off as much as you can. 2) Try using an acid... the acid that is used for swimming pools and apply that and using a wire brush to attempt to get the rest of it off... TAKE caution, however, when using the acid.. goggles, boots or something similar
- Q:A horror movie about being people being locked in an underground room and buried in wet cement?
- I watched this a few nights ago on On Demand (for free) and plan to watch it several more times if possible. The movie does open with a little girl sealed inside walls, then cement begins pouring in. The scene cuts away just as only her face is out of the muck~a very chilling moment!
- Q:[airfix question] is liquid poly basically poly cement but more runny?
- Liquid poly is very liquid, it's useful for brushing onto large, flat surfaces or for very, very tiny parts, but generally normal poly cement is the thing to use. Never squeeze the tube! If you have to squeeze it means the nozzle is blocked; unblock the nozzle with a pin and hold the tube downward with the the the tiniest amount of pressure until the glue starts to flow. If you squeeze, there will be a 1 minute delay but then it'll come pouring out. Don't use poly cement unless you are sure you want a permanent weld; if you want a bond that can be broken apart (useful when you notice an error) use superglue or a hybrid epoxy. I use Zap-A-Gap quite a lot.
- Q:What is a good pair of shoes for working on a cement floor?
- I worked at a home improvement store for over a year, with a cement floor. I bought some insoles at Walmart...I want to say they were about $8. Pretty sure they were Dr. Scholls, but not sure since it was so long ago. They were made of thick neoprene rubber...and they lasted me over a year that I worked there. I just slipped them into some Adidas shoes that I didn't mind getting dirty, and it saved my legs a lot of the shock that your feet take walking on such a hard floor...so look for these at less than ten bucks, and you can use just a good ol' pair of sneakers you already have! Good luck to you!! 0=)
- Q:attach hardy board to a cement floor?
- You don't. The only reason you would install hardy board over cement is to prevent the cracks in the cement from emerging in tile. And then you would install it as a floating floor, and then only if the floor is flat. Lay the boards so they butt, staple down cheap chicken wire for a temporary hold, and put a skim coat of cheap thin set over the wire. Then the normal coat of your choice of thin set over that when installing tile. This way most movement in the slab is unlikely to affect the tile. If you cement down the hardy board, it will move with the cement as the slab is stiffer than the hardy board. Hardy board adds nothing of value to cement fastened that way.
- Q:can you use cement in ceramic molds?
- I dont think so. As it dries the cement will expand and could damage or destroy the mold. Secondly I dont know how well the cement would react to a release agent in such a mold.
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