The Best Refractories for Induction Furnace -- 25+ Heats Silica Ramming Mass
In recent years, silica ramming mass is widely used in induction furnace. Compared with traditional refractory lining material, this product is of lower cost, shorter sintering time and better working condition.
To offer clients better refractory products, we have successfully developed our 25+ heats silica ramming mass. As per actual working, we summed up the material consumption as following.
1. First heat: 10-15mm
2. Rest heat: 3-5mm
As per our experience, we should leave 70mm as save level. So if the
lining thickness is 180/300/450mm, we could promise the least service life of our refractory material to be 25 heats. If the working condition is convenient, 30-40 heats is no problem.
Furthermore, our silica ramming mass can also be applied in tundish and ladle. Service life can namely be 48-60 hours/ 200+ heats.
Because of the great advantages as above, our silica ramming mass is very welcomed by our clients all over the world say Bangladesh, Ghana, South Africa, and Indonesia, etc. If more interests, please feel free to make us informed, our professional teams are ready to give you our reliable service. For new clients, we would offer more preferential as following.
1. Lower price trial order
2. Professional refractory technicians overseas service
Therefore, what are you waiting for? Take your phone and call us!
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