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Bonded high-alumina 96%
This premium high-alumina bonded solution is made of fused cast alumina grains.
Its high corrosion resistance provides excellent glass contact properties and thermal shock resistance.
Available in complex and large shapes
Void-free electrofused alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) with 39% yttria-doped zirconia
The alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) material with the highest corrosion resistance for simple rectangular shapes. The only AZS allowing joint closure at operating conditions.
Void-free electrofused Alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) tiles with 39% yttria-doped zirconia
Alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) for paving applications with a wide range of sizes. The only AZS allowing joint closure at operating conditions.
Sintered fused mullite 75% alumina
Made of fused mullite grains. Excellent creep resistance with vapour corrosion resistance at very high temperatures.
Void-free electrofused zirconia with improved high electrical resistivity
Excellent corrosion resistance and glass contact properties combined with a very high and stable electrical resistivity while providing the lowest potential for seed and blister formation.
Void-free electrofused zirconia with improved upward drilling corrosion resistance
Excellent corrosion resistance and glass contact properties. Very low solubility in contact with glass.
End-cast electrofused Alumina-Zirconia-Silica (AZS) with 37% zirconia
High corrosion resistance Alumina-Zirconia-Silica (AZS) for simple rectangular shapes. The very reduced casting cavity and high zirconia content increase resistance to corrosion.
Regular cast, electrofused Alumina-Zirconia-Silica (AZS) with 32% zirconia
Good castability Alumina-Zirconia-Silica (AZS) enabling complex and varied shapes and sizes.
Electrofused alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) with 30% zirconia
Checker packing material for high efficiency regenerator.
Typically used in the middle and bottom part of the checker packing where sodium sulphate condensation takes place.
Dedicated to regenerator packing of furnaces producing sodalime glass under non-reduced conditions.