MONOFRAX® CS-5 EPIC

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End-cast electrofused alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) with 40% zirconia

Description

The alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) material with highest corrosion resistance for simple rectangular shapes. Controlled casting cavity located at the bottom part of the block.
This product is exclusively produced at the Falconer, NY, USA plant.
Equivalent to ER 1711 RR solution.

Typical Application

The end-cast electrofused alumina-zirconia-silica(AZS) with 40% zirconia, MONOFRAX® CS-5 EPIC, solution is specifically designed for melting sidewall applications in flame furnaces.

Chemical and Physical Properties

Microstructure

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Microstructure  CS-5 EPIC

Typical Chemical Composition

 
 

Physical Characteristics

Description International standards British standards
Refractoriness under load of 2.105 Pa 1,700°C 3,092°F
Cold crushing strength >300Mpa >43,511psi
Typical bulk density 4.09g/cm3 255pcf

Storage

The end-cast electrofused alumina-zirconia-silica (AZS) with 40% zirconia solution must be stored in a dry environment protected from weather conditions.

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