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Refractory Castables

Overview

Inproheat Industries offers a selection of refractory castables from Morgan Advanced Materials and United Refractories for our client projects. 

Refractory castables are materials that are dry, but are mixed with water to create a casting mass that is homogenous and used in formwork. 

Inproheat’s selection of refractory castables includes dense castables, lightweight or insulative castables, and special purpose castables. 

We also custom design and manufacture specialty refractory throat shapes.

Features

High Strength

Refractory castables supply high strength, even at low temperatures.

Fuel Savings

Refractory castables feature joints that are air and gas tight, which creates fuel savings as a result.

Applications

Dense castables are frequently used as working hot faces because their durable design offers strength and resistance to abrasion and corrosion. 

Lightweight insulating castables are often behind dense castables, where they supply a low degree of thermal conductivity value, but they can also be used as linings for working hot faces. 

Special duty castables are most often used with applications that require castables with specialized properties like low cement or binders that are unconventional.

Precast Refractory throats are often used with stream flood heaters as part of heavy oil extraction. 

Manufacturer

Morgan Advanced Materials

United Refractories