IFBs are made from refractory clays. Because of their porous structure, the materials have excellent thermal insulation properties. They are soft and light in weight. They can be easily cut by handhold saw or any other hand tool like chisel or even drill bit. They can be used as hot face refractory linings or as back-up insulation behind other refractory materials in furnaces, ovens, stoves and kilns heated up with either electric spiral elements or gas burners. More information about IFBs >>> IFB bricks are stocked and can be ordered online.
Corundum Bricks, which include High-purity corundum bricks that contain 90 - 99% of alumina, chromium- or chrome- corundum bricks and zirconium- or zirconia-corundum bricks.
Silica Bricks, which are mainly used in the coking chamber and the combustion chamber of coke oven, steel-making open- hearth regenerator and sediment chamber, soaking furnace, glass furnace tanks. Silica brick refractories are also used as high-temperature load-bearing parts of the hot blast stove and acid open-hearth roof.