|Color||depend on alumina content|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Alumina castables are a type of refractory material that are used in high-temperature applications such as furnaces, boilers, kilns, and incinerators. These materials are made by mixing alumina (Al2O3) with a binder and additives to form a slurry, which is then cast or gunned into place and allowed to harden. Alumina castables are known for their high strength, abrasion resistance, and thermal shock resistance. They are also resistant to chemical attack, making them suitable for use in acidic and alkaline environments. They are often used as linings for furnaces and other high-temperature equipment, as well as for repairing and patching existing refractory linings.
|Size||As per required|