alumina brick

alumina brick

[ə′lüm·ə·nə ‚brik]
(materials)
A group of fireclay bricks containing 50, 60, or 70% alumina, used in high temperature applications.
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When tested simultaneously against +90% alumina brick, high alumina-chrome brick and resin-bonded alumina-silicon carbide brick in a slag corrosion test, tile silicon carbide appeared to have the best results.
The high alumina brick lining wears from slag attack while the dry vibrated magnesia refractory in the inductor shows no wear and virtually no buildup over the entire life of an inductor.
The company belongs to the refractory industry and mainly produces High Alumina bricks and castables, which are supplied to cement, steel, coke oven and glass industries.