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Friends who know a little about our refractory products must know that clay refractory bricks and refractory bricks are refractory materials. So at this point, some friends must be asking, what is the difference between these two products? If you happen to need this product, then the refractory brick manufacturer will now give you a simple explanation.
Clay refractory bricks are a type of refractory bricks and are accurately defined as shaped refractory products. It is the difference between a series of refractory materials and the form of delivery.
Conceptually, clay refractory bricks are a weakly acidic refractory material using refractory clay or burnt stone clinker as the main raw material. It is a weakly acidic refractory material with good thermal shock resistance and acid slag corrosion resistance. It is widely used. Clay bricks with refractory clay as the main raw material are called ordinary clay bricks, and clay bricks with lower apparent porosity are called low-porosity clay bricks.
Refractory bricks are referred to as fire bricks. Refractory materials are made of refractory clay or other refractory materials. Light yellow or brown. It is mainly used to build smelting furnaces and can withstand high temperatures from 1580°C to 1770°C. Also called refractory bricks. Different refractory bricks have different raw materials, such as silicon, aluminum, clay, etc.
Generally speaking, clay refractory bricks and refractory bricks have different properties due to different raw material ratios and compositions. Therefore, which product should be selected based on the actual application situation and process requirements?
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