refractory cement

refractory cement

[ri′frak·trē si′ment]
(materials)
Any of a variety of mixtures, such as fireclay-silica-ganister mixture, or fireclay mixed with crushed brick, or fireclay and silica sand, with a refractory range of 2600-2800°F (1412-1523°C); used for furnace and oven linings and for fillers.

refractory cement

Cement esp. manufactured for use in furnace and oven linings; often a mixture of fireclay with crushed brick, silica sand, or sodium silicate.
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That is why the refractory cement composite takes important role in the current civil engineering.
Morgan Advanced Materials has announced the availability of FireMaster FireBarrier 135 sprayed refractory cement, offering superior fire protection and simple, cost effective installation.
Two tenders requesting international offers to supply (a) 1,000 Kg cyanide salts, also (b) 180 tons calcium alumina cement (hydraulic refractory cement).
Firebrick is mortared with refractory cement, which, unlike regular masonry mortar, can withstand high heat.
* Refractory cement containing 50% alumina was obtained from Lafarge Cement.
Supplementary heat was provided by an economical site-built wood-burner constructed with refractory cement and wire mesh.
Steele says the trailer is perfectly suited for concrete rehabilitation and corrosion protection of manholes, lift stations, wet wells, concrete trenches, sumps, pits, tanks, clarifiers and digesters and for fireproofing, pressure grouting, plaster and stucco application and refractory cement application.
We built firebricks around the grill unit and used fire clay mortar or refractory cement to joint them in place.
Heating elements embedded in special refractory cement offer the best system for ashing.

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