refractory brick


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refractory brick,

brick that can withstand high temperatures; synonym for firebrickfirebrick,
brick that can withstand high temperatures, used to line flues, stacks, furnaces, and fireplaces. In general, such bricks have high melting points that range from about 2,800°F; (1.540°C;) for fireclay to 4,000°F; (2,200°C;) for silicon carbide.
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refractory brick

A brick capable of withstanding high temperatures.
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After the project ended in March 2018, WVU researchers continued the development and demonstration of the smart refractory bricks in collaboration with HarbisonWalker International (HWI), a Pennsylvania-based manufacturer of refractory products.
On the other hand, grog is an artificial aggregate usually obtained from crushed defective refractory bricks. Its alumina content depends on that of the original bricks.
GEORGIAN BROWN: The Georgian model fireplace has a large opening measuring 50 inches and a textured refractory brick liner.
However, these cleanings should be careful, thorough and avoid gouging of the base furnace refractory brick. In addition, fluxes should be used sparingly as their corrosive nature in wall cleaning almost always affects the base refractory.
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:
With hot-face refractory brick, raising the mean temperature by adding insulation to the backup lining may increase the fluidity of the slag.