Steel fiber castables are refractory materials that offer excellent strength, durability and resistance to thermal shock, abrasion and erosion.
Steel fiber castables are monolithic refractory materials, mainly used in high temperature industrial applications, with excellent strength, durability and resistance to thermal shock, abrasion and erosion. Steel fiber castables are made by mixing a refractory aggregate (such as high alumina, silica or magnesia sand) with a cement binder and steel fibers.
Steel fibers can be made from a variety of materials, including carbon, stainless and alloy steels. Adding these fibers to the mixture improves the mechanical properties of the castable, such as tensile strength, toughness, cracking and spalling resistance.
Steel fiber castables can withstand extremely high temperatures, making them ideal for use in high-temperature applications such as furnaces, kilns and other thermal processing equipment.
The addition of steel fibers to the castable increases its resistance to thermal shock, preventing cracks and other damage during rapid temperature changes.
Steel fiber castables are highly resistant to abrasion and erosion, making them ideal for use in applications where the refractory lining is exposed to abrasive materials or high-speed airflow.
The addition of steel fibers gives this castable superior strength and durability to withstand the stresses of high temperature applications for extended periods of time.
Steel fiber castables can be easily poured or gunned into place for fast, efficient installation of refractory linings in a variety of applications.
The steel fibers in this castable help improve its resistance to cracking and spalling, thus reducing the need for frequent maintenance and repairs.
The addition of steel fibers to the castable also helps to reduce its thermal conductivity, thereby improving energy efficiency and reducing heat loss.
Steel fiber castables are commonly used in the walls, floors and roofs of industrial furnaces for their excellent resistance to high temperatures and thermal shock.
This castable is used for kiln linings, especially for the production of ceramics, glass and other materials that require high-temperature processing.
Steel fiber castables are used in incinerators for combustion chambers and other high-temperature areas to withstand the corrosion and abrasion of waste materials.
Steel fiber castables are also used in boilers and other high-temperature equipment in power plants to provide excellent resistance to thermal shock and abrasion.
Steel fiber castables are also used in the petrochemical industry in reactors, furnaces and other high-temperature equipment used in the production of chemicals and other materials.
Steel fiber castables can be used in cement kilns and other high temperature equipment for cement production.
Steel fiber castables are used in ladles, intermediate ladles and other high-temperature equipment for the production of steel and other metals in the metallurgical industry.
|Steel fiber castables||Value|
|Cold Crushing Strength(110ºC*24h) (Mpa)||≥35|
|Max Service Temperature (ºC)||1550|
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