fire cement

fire cement

A cementitious bonding material, such as calcium aluminate cement, esp. compounded for laying refractory brick.
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Co-processing allows industries to divert otherwise unusable waste to be used in place of fossil fuels to fire cement kilns in processing plants.
Using fire cement rather than terracotta, he moved to making African pot houses for people to dine in their gardens.
It converts the waste into an alternative fuel to fire cement kilns and is set to save the company at least pounds 300,000 per year.
Fix on the top half with fire cement and leave to dry.
A chemical solvent and inhibitors are added to the waste to keep it in a pumpable state, and it is then used to fire cement kilns, with the resulting ash going into the cement itself.
You should use fire cement for the tiles around the opening and normal tile adhesive for the rest.
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Brush water on to the area and then trowel fire cement into the crack and brush over with a wet paintbrush to give a smooth finish.