Fire brick

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a refractory brick, capable of sustaining intense heat without fusion, usually made of fire clay or of siliceous material, with some cementing substance, and used for lining fire boxes, etc.

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Similarly, T-Seg Signature15 can be used to slice through cured concrete, reinforced concrete, concrete pipe, rebar and refractory brick.
11] ASTM Standards C 20/2007, 2008,"Standard Test Methods for Apparent Porosity, Water Absorption, Apparent Specific Gravity, and Bulk Density of Burned Refractory Brick and Shapes by Boiling Water", Annual book of American Society for Testing of Material (ASTM), U.
It is widely used in the steel industry as a refractory brick often impregnated with carbon (tar, pitch, graphite) to give optimum properties for corrosion resistance in environments of basic slags, particularly in furnaces or slag lines of treatment ladles.
In addition to its more traditional role in concrete demolition, a breaker (or hydraulic hammer) can also be used in the demolition of other hard material, like refractory brick, says Gary Hesseltine, vice president of marketing for Tramac Corp.
has a new Georgian model with an opening measuring 50 inches and a textured refractory brick liner.
The blast furnace is a huge steel stack lined with refractory brick, where iron ore, coke, and limestone are dumped into the top, and preheated air is blown into the bottom.
There is also the T-Seg Signature 15, which is known to cut through reinforced concrete, cured concrete, concrete pipes, refractory brick, and rebar.
Tenders are invited for Appointment of Outsourcing Agency for Refractory brick lining work at Ariyalur Cement Unit
However, these cleanings should be careful, thorough and avoid gouging of the base furnace refractory brick.
After the preheating period, the covered crucible is removed with tongs from the furnace and placed in an opening in a refractory brick pallet.
Early monolithic refractory industrial furnaces were constructed of refractory brick and mortar that served both heat-containment and structural purposes, but there were two main problems: