Feb. 15, 2017
What is mullite insulating brick?
CCEWOOL mullite insulation brick is mainly mullite (3Al2O3 · 2SiO2) as the main phase of the high-alumina refractories,also a new type of refractory material.Classified by working temperature, there are DJM-20, DJM-23, DJM-26, DJM-28, DJM30 and DJM32;
What features does mullite insulating brick have?
Mullite insulating brick can directly contact with fire, characterized with high temperature resistance, lightweight, low thermal conductivity and good energy saving effect
What kind of furnaces can mullite insulating brick be applied in?
CCEWOOL mullite insulation brick has been widely used in cracking furnace, hot blast furnace, ceramic roller kiln, porcelain kiln extraction, glass crucible and various electric furnaces as lining.
What kind of industry can mullite insulating brick be applied in?
It can be widely used in industries such as metallurgy, petrochemical, machinery, ceramics and so on. It is an ideal product for longevity energy saving and efficiency enhancement. According to user’s requirements, we can add wood flour and polystyrene ball to produce light-mullite insulation brick.
Purchase CCEWOOL mullite insulating brick advantages as below:
1. Low thermal conductivity, with good thermal insulation effect;
2. Low heat capacity, due to low thermal conductivity, mullite lightweight insulation brick accumulate little heat energy, and shows obvious energy saving effect in intermittent operation.
3. Low impurity content, with very low content of iron and alkali metal oxide, our mullite insulation brick is characterized with high refractory performance; higher aluminum content enables our product remains good performance in the reducing atmosphere;
4. High compressive strength under high temperature;
5. Accurate appearance size speeds up the bricks laying, saves the use of refractory mortar and also ensures the strength and stability of brickwork and extend the life of the furnace lining.
6. Can be processed into a special shape, in order to reduce the number of bricks and joints.