Alumina bricks for industry
Alumina brick can contain between 30 and 99% AL2O3. Two ranges of aluminous bricks can be distinguished, fireclay brick and high alumina brick. Depending on its characteristics, alumina brick can be used in a wide variety of equipment such as: blast furnaces, arc furnaces, ladle furnaces, cement kilns, glass furnaces, anode baking ovens, petrochemicals, coke ovens.
Importance of alumina brick in the steelmaking process
Alumina brick is a kind of refractory brick used, among other things, in the steelmaking process. Made from alumina, or aluminum oxide, chamotte, it is a high melting ceramic material. Alumina brick is used as a lining for furnaces and other high temperature equipment. It helps protect steel from corrosion and heat damage. In addition, alumina brick can improve the efficiency of the steelmaking process by helping to conduct heat more evenly. Therefore, alumina brick is an essential material in the steelmaking process.
COMAP was founded in France in 1979 and is now a major international company specializing in the import and export of refractory bricks. Over the past 40 years, COMAP has developed an extensive network of international producers and customers and has built a reputation for quality and reliable service. Today, COMAP supplies refractory bricks to many customers and its products are used in a wide range of applications. In addition, COMAP also provides technical support and consultancy services to its customers. Contact us today if you would like to get information regarding refractory bricks.