Refractories retain their strength at high temperatures. They are non-metallic materials that have chemical and physical properties that make them applicable for structures, or as components of systems, that are exposed to high-temperature environments above 1,000°F. These are exceptionally strong and hold their shape while drying. This allows refractories to be used for all sorts of various applications. Types of refractory material are selected according to service requirements: erosion resistance, strength, thermal conductivity, and chemical properties. We also provide refractory mortars as high-temperature thermal solutions. Various linings can be installed by gunning, casting or troweling, and can be a single or dual layer with either one-shot lining or two component lining.
Castable Refractories & Mortars:
|Product Name||Technical Data Sheet||Safety Data Sheet|
|Conventional Cement Castables||T D S||Contact Us|
|Lightweight Cement Castables||T D S||Contact Us|
|Low Cement Castables||T D S||Contact Us|
|No Cement Castables||T D S||Contact Us|
|Plastics & Ramming Refractories||T D S||Contact Us|
|Wet and Dry Mortar Refractories||T D S||Contact Us|
|Pilot 3000°F Super Duty Refractory Mortar||T D S||S D S|
|Exeter High Alumina Refractory Mortar||T D S||S D S|
|Smithfield Air-Set Medium Duty Refractory Fireplace Mortar||T D S||S D S|
|Flue-Set Non-Water Soluble Medium Duty Refractory Mortar||T D S||S D S|
|RAI Inc. Refractory Anchors||N/A|
|RAI Inc. Abrasion Anchors||N/A|
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