Silicon carbide mortar is a versatile refractory for a variety of high-temperature applications. It is ideal for joining and repairing silicon carbide refractory bricks in a variety of industries.
Silicon carbide mortar is an monolithic refractory material consisting of silicon carbide particles, binder and additives that enhance its performance and workability. Its primary function is for joining or repairing silicon carbide bricks or other silicon carbide-based refractory products.
Silicon carbide mortar has excellent high temperature resistance for applications where the refractory lining is exposed to extreme heat.
Silicon carbide mortar has good chemical stability against most acids, alkalis and molten metals. It is especially effective in corrosive environments where other materials may degrade or fail.
Silicon carbide mortar creates a strong bond between silicon carbide refractory bricks or components. It ensures that the joints are strong and durable and can withstand thermal stresses and mechanical loads.
Silicon carbide mortar has excellent abrasion resistance for applications where the lining is exposed to abrasive materials or environments. It can withstand erosive conditions and maintain its integrity over time.
Silicon carbide mortar is commonly used to repair or join silicon carbide bricks in all types of furnaces. Examples include furnaces for the production of ceramics, glass and non-ferrous metals. It provides reliable bonding and sealing to ensure the integrity of the furnace lining.
Silicon carbide mortar can be used to repair silicon carbide refractory bricks in kilns and incinerators.
Silicon carbide mortar can be used in the chemical process industry, where it is used to line reactors, vessels and other equipment exposed to corrosive chemicals and high temperatures. Silicon carbide mortar is chemically resistant and thermally stable in these environments.
Silicon carbide mortar is used in foundries to repair or join silicon carbide crucibles, ladles and other refractory components. It ensures the integrity of the lining and extends the life of the equipment.
In power plants, silicon carbide mortar is used to repair or join silicon carbide refractory linings in boilers, furnaces and flues. It is resistant to high temperatures, thermal cycling and corrosive gases.
|Maximum Service Temperature||ºC||1590|
|Bulk Density||g/cm3||1.9 – 2.6|
|Cold Crushing Strength||>13|
|聽||Fired at 1000ºC|
|Modulus of Rupture||Fired at 1000ºC||MPa||>15|
|Grain Size||+355 µm||Wt %||40 Min|
|-250 µm||50 Max|
|Shrinkage at 110 ºC after 24 hours||%||1.5 Max|
|SiC||wt %||84 Min|
|SiO2||wt %||7 – 9|
|Al2O3||wt %||2 – 3|
|Others||wt %||4 – 5|
|Water Requirement||wt %||6|
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