Corundum-mullite bodies are very important in the field of engineering ceramics as well as refractories. These bodies have high heat strength and heat shock resistance.
Fuzzy corundum with high hardness and good mechanical strength is at high temperatures but low flexural strength and toughness. Mullite has a melting point of theoretical density, expansion coefficient and alumina has a melting point, theoretical density and a coefficient of thermal expansion. Therefore, by adding mullite to alumina, it is expected that the thermal shock resistance will improve.
Alumina mullite products
These products include a variety of sagars, plates and refractory bases.
Today, these products are widely used in various industries as tools for industrial furnaces.
The most important feature of these products, which has increased their consumption in other industries, is their very high thermal shock resistance properties.
Alumina Insulation Refractory Brick
This product is designed according to ASTM C155 standard and has good physical, mechanical and thermal performance when used.
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Industrial furnaces are mostly used to deform or prepare materials for a mechanical or chemical reaction. The type of reaction causes the furnace conditions to vary. For example, these furnaces are used to deform ferrous metals, glass, and soften metals. They are used in mechanical operations for forging, rolling and pressing, bending and extrusion.
Industrial furnaces are known by various names. Furnaces with lower temperatures are known in Europe and North America as ovens. Of course, there are differences between ovens, but their differences are very subtle. In the ceramics industry, furnaces are known as kiln. Furnaces in other industries, such as the petrochemical and chemical industries, are also known as heaters, after-burners, incinerators, and destroyers.