Alumina foam insulation has excellent resistance to corrosion and corrosion of molten aluminum, so it can effectively remove inclusions. Due to its lightweight and low thermal conductivity, the foamed alumina has less accumulated heat energy and an obvious energy-saving effect. The precise appearance dimensions of alumina filter bricks can speed up the masonry speed and ensure high strength and stability of the masonry.
Alumina foam insulations have the following advantages:
- Higher strength than refractory ceramic fiber and lightweight ceramic brick.
- Low density
- Low thermal conductivity and linear thermal expansion coefficient.
- Great thermal shock resistance.
- Safe and rapid maintenance.
|Compressive Strength (Mpa)||≥30||≥65||≥72||≥97||≥135|
|Reburning line change rate(1800°C×12h)%||≤0.45||≤0.4||≤0.35||≤0.35||≤0.3|
|Heat conductivity coefficient W/(m.k)||0.85||0.9||0.9||0.95||1.2|
|Mean temperature 1100±25°C|
Alumina ceramic foam insulation can be used as the heat-insulating layer of the refractory lining on the hot side, especially in the high-temperature reducing atmosphere furnace (1850 °C). It can be used for a long time under 1800 °C air and reducing atmosphere.
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