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    High Alumina Brick for Hot Blast Furnace

    Apr 15, 2021

    High alumina bricks for blast  furnaces were mainly made Xinmi Bauxite,being high pressure pressed and sintered in high temperature.Main minerals compositions are mullite and corundum phases.These products were widely used in all parts of furnace lining of their excellent physical/chemical properties in high temperature.The wall, checker, combustion chamber, regenerator, wind mixing chamber, connecting main, combine brick, roof, bottom and burner of hot blast furnace.

    High Alumina Bricks are produced with select bauxite chamotte as main raw material, fired at 1450-1470 °C by advanced process with strict quality control.

    High Alumina bricks have great features like high temperature performance, great corrosion and wear resistance, high bulk density, low iron content, etc. High Alumina bricks are extensively used in mining, metallurgy, cement, and chemical, refinery and refractory industries.

    These bricks are used in all kinds of industrial furnaces and high temperature areas to prolong the lives of furnaces.

    Hongtai Refractory company manufactures high alumina bricks with an Al?O? content range of 45 % to about 99 % and based on natural raw material sources and synthetic raw materials such as:
    • Fused alumina and sintered corundum
    • Fused mullite and sintered mullite
    • Andalusite and kyanite
    • Bauxite
    • Calcinated fireclay
    These products are also offered in combination with raw materials rich in aluminium with either ceramic binding or aluminium phospate binding. Special characteristics of the aluminium rich products, such as thermal shock resistance and corrosion resistance, are achieved by additives having zirconium, chromium and carbon content and which are tuned to the relevant usage conditions.
     
     

    Refractory lining of blast furnace

    A modern blast furnace (BF) is refractory lined to protect the furnace shell from the high temperatures and abrasive materials inside the furnace. The refractory lining is cooled to further enhance the protection against the dispatch of excess heat that can destroy the refractory lining. BF has a complex refractory system to provide a long, safe life that is necessary for the blast furnace availability and for permitting nearly continuous furnace operation and casting.

    Conditions within the blast furnace vary widely by region and the refractories are subjected to a variety of wear mechanisms. The application condition of different regions of a blast furnace is not the same due to the very nature of its geometry and also due to the pyrometallurgical process occurring at different stages. There are diverse physical and chemical wear mechanisms in the different regions of the blast furnace and they are complex in nature. For example mechanical wear or abrasion occurs mainly in the upper stack region and is caused by the decent of the charge materials and by the dust laden gases. High thermal loads are a major factor in the lower stack and the belly regions. In the hearth region, horizontal and vertical flow of hot metal combined with thermal stresses often form undesirable elephant foot shaped cavitation. The refractory materials in these regions are to take care of these wear mechanisms to avoid damage due to them. Therefore, the BF stack (upper middle and lower), belly, bosh, raceway and tuyere region, hearth, and taphole all require different quality of refractories depending on the respective application conditions.


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    亚洲AV片不卡无码久久WY193
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