castable refractory

castable refractory

A packaged, dry mixture of hydraulic cement (generally calcium alumi-nate cement) and specially selected and proportioned refractory aggregates which, when mixed with water, produces refractory concrete or mortar.
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(Heat loss with an insulated ladle is about one-half of what is experienced with a simple castable refractory.) Imagine the cost of induction melting of iron at 2,700F without a lid or cover!
Hand-crafted of proprietary castable refractory material, the ovens are available in a variety of models and sizes to suit the needs of homeowners, restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias and mobile caterers.
The brick sidewall lining was replaced with a castable refractory from Plibrico Co.
Vermiculite is a highly insulative mineral that is used as a castable refractory. Place said that when vermiculite was first discovered as a material to use in aluminum melting, he performed his own test to verify its effectiveness.
Does it seem odd that a furnace lined with a castable refractory can experience runouts even though cracks are nowhere to be found?
For the ladle, a recommendation was made to use Pyrocast AR castable refractory, a material that can easily be formed into complex shapes and is not wetted by molten aluminum.
The brick sidewall lining was replaced with a castable refractory, but after about 9 months of nightly cleaning, the belly-band area was pitted enough to need repairs.