Insulating firebricks are classified under temperature between 1100℃ to 1700℃, manufactured from high purity alumina clay.
- Light weight and low thermal conductivity
- Low heat storage
- Low iron and impurities
- High thermal shock resistance
Insulating firebricks can be used as a hot face lining directly exposed to the heat or as a backup insulation layer in iron and steel mills, non-ferrous foundries, petrochemical, ceramic, glass.