(as of May 02,2023 06:26:00 UTC – Details)
– The refractory coating is used as a cover for ceramic fiber insulation or any refractory products.
– The material works by reflecting radiant heat into the furnace, kiln, or forge to achieve high temperatures quickly and efficiently, it prevents heat loss and thus saves fuel or power.
– Refractory coating is a water-based coating that can resist temperatures up to 3000°F (1648°C).
– It is used as a fireproof coating in a gas forge and ceramic fibers lining to protect them against the potential heat of direct flames, furnace heat, and fumes.
– Hence it considerably prolongs the life of refractories.
– Excellent Dry Strength
– Adds potential strength to your ceramic fiber blanket
– Excellent heat resistance coating for furnaces, inductions, and forge.
– Best Adhesion to refractory bricks, ceramic fiber insulation, graphite or carbon crucibles, etc.
– Material: Refractory
– Type: Coating
– Weight: 5 lbs.
Note: Add 22-30% (by mass) clean tap water to it for spraying or brushing application. The coating layer thickness should be 1.5 to 2 mm.
Package Dimensions : 13 x 7 x 3 inches; 5 Pounds
Date First Available : April 15, 2023
Manufacturer : Spectra Overseas
ASIN : B0C2KDBRBN
Country of Origin : India
Enhanced Efficiency: This refractory coating for ceramic fiber protects the wall insulation inside the kilns, furnaces, or combustion chamber and prevents heat loss thus saves fuel or power
Easy to Apply: This heat resistant coating is too easy to apply, just mix with water and blend it for 8 to 10 minutes to avoid air bubbles, apply it on a ceramic fiber blanket in a blacksmith forge, ceramic kiln, or foundry, furnace, and let it dry
Material: This refractory cement is a combination of small particles and components of alumina and silica which reflect radiant heat into the foundries, kilns, or furnaces to maintain the efficiency of the temperature
Applications: Highly effective as a fire refractory coating for ceramic fiber insulation in the gas forge, ceramic kilns, inductions, furnaces, foundries, etc.