Plasticized refractory is an unshaped refractory material made of refractory aggregate, binder and additives. Plasticized refractory can be molded like clay or putty when water is added.
Plasticized Refractory, also known as refractory mortar, is a refractory material that has a plastic consistency when mixed with water. Plastic refractory is a mixture of refractory aggregate, binder and additives that can be molded like clay or putty. Once applied, plastic refractory hardens and forms a dense, durable lining in a variety of high-temperature industrial applications.
Plastic Refractory has a plastic consistency similar to clay or putty and is easily molded, shaped and applied to a variety of surfaces. This allows for precise installation, especially for complex shapes and contours.
Easy to apply
Due to its plasticity, plastic refractory can be applied with simple tools (e.g. small trowels, spatulas) or even by hand. It adheres well to different substrates and offers good maneuverability during installation.
Plastic refractory is a versatile material suitable for a wide range of high temperature applications. It can be used in furnace linings, kiln linings, incinerators, boilers and other hot equipment in industries such as steel, cement, glass and petrochemicals.
High heat resistance
Plastic Refractory material has excellent heat resistance and is able to withstand the extreme temperatures found in industrial processes. Structural integrity and performance are maintained even after prolonged exposure to high temperatures.
Plastic refractories provide effective thermal insulation, reducing heat transfer and minimizing energy loss from furnaces and other hot equipment. This contributes to energy efficiency and temperature control.
Good mechanical strength
When cured, plastic refractory forms a strong, dense lining that can withstand mechanical stress, vibration and thermal shock. It maintains structural integrity and prevents cracking and spalling.
Plastic Refractory materials are resistant to chemical attack by molten metals, slag and corrosive gases, making them suitable for applications where they come into contact with corrosive substances.
Easy maintenance and repair
If damage or wear occurs, plastic refractories can be easily repaired or patched without the need for extensive removal or replacement. This allows for efficient maintenance and extends the life of the refractory lining.
Plastic Refractory materials are widely used as linings in different types of furnaces, including rotary kilns, electric arc furnaces, ladle furnaces and reheat furnaces. It provides a protective barrier against high temperatures, thermal cycling and chemical reactions.
Plastic refractories are used in combustion chambers, furnace walls and other hot zones of boiler systems. It helps maintain thermal efficiency, reduce heat loss and protect against corrosion and wear.
Plastic Refractory materials are used in the construction of incinerators for waste management and disposal. It withstands the high temperatures generated during combustion and resists the chemical attack of waste materials.
Plastic refractories are used for lining various petrochemical processes such as reformers, crackers and other high-temperature equipment. It has excellent resistance to thermal shock and chemical attack by hydrocarbons and other aggressive substances.
Plastic refractories play a vital role in the cement manufacturing process. It is used in the lining of cement kilns, preheaters and cyclones and can withstand extreme temperatures and chemical reactions with raw materials.
Plastic refractories are used in glass furnaces and glass storage tanks to provide insulation and protection against corrosion of molten glass. It helps maintain stable temperatures and extends the life of the furnace lining.
Non-ferrous metal industry
Plastic refractories are used in non-ferrous smelting and refining processes, including the production of aluminum, copper and zinc. It serves as a lining for furnaces, sinks and crucibles, resists high temperatures and reacts chemically with molten metal.
Thermal power plants use plastic refractories to line boilers, furnaces and other high-temperature components. It helps to increase energy efficiency, reduce heat loss and prevent wear and erosion.
|Plastic Refractory Materials||CNPR-180||CNPR-170||CNPR-165||CNPR-160||CNPR-155||CNPR-150||CNPR-145|
|Application Limit Temp(℃）||1800||1700||1650||1600||1550||1500||1450|
|Bulk Density (g/cm3)||2.95||2.75||2.5||2.3||2.25||2.2||2.15|
|Chemical Composition (%)||Al2O3||85||73||60||46||40||39||37|
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