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22 November 2016
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Why Insulating Firebrick is a Good Fit for Your Home or Business

Firebricks can be found in an extensive range of heating apparatuses. Whether it’s a residential fireplace, wood-fire oven, kiln, or blast furnace, odds are resilient firebricks play an integral role in its functionality. If you’re interested in upgrading your home or business’s heating applications, the advantages of firebricks should not be overlooked. As you’ll find, […]


10 November 2016
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Popular Uses for Firebricks

Although the general public is largely unfamiliar with them, firebricks have a wide range of applications. Commonly known as “refractory bricks,” firebricks can be found in a large number of homes and businesses. Both homeowners and entrepreneurs would be wise to familiarize themselves with the ways in which high-quality firebricks can benefit their financial bottom […]


29 October 2016
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Different Types of Basic Refractories Cont.

In our last blog, we discussed some of the different types of basic refractories. Read on for more options for your high temperature ceramic insulation needs! Chrome- Magnesite Brick This type of refractory is made with either direct-bonded or silicate-bonded methods. If you plan to use chrome-magnesite brick, it is best to use the direct-bonded […]


4 October 2016
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Different Types of Basic Refractories

Basic refractories are a form of high temperature ceramic insulation that are resistant to corrosive reactions with basic chemical slags, dusts, and fumes at high temperatures. With growing technology and developments in the high temperature ceramic insulation field, there are basic refractories that can resist acidic slags as well. Basic refractories are made up of […]


11 August 2016
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Understand Thermal Expansion

When working with high temperatures and high temperature ceramic insulation, it is important to remember that refractories expand and contract when exposed to high heat or when they cool. When you are designing the refractory materials for your project, it is important to know the behaviors of thermal expansion in the materials you are utilizing. […]