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Refractory material is any material that has an unusually high melting point and that maintains its structural properties at very high temperatures. Composed principally of ceramics, refractories are employed in great quantities in the metallurgical, glassmaking, and ceramics industries, where they are formed into a variety of shapes to line the interiors of furnaces, kilns, and other devices that process materials at high temperatures.

Below is a list of the most common refractory materials:
1. High-Temperature 90% Alumina Refractory Castables Cement (Service Temperature 1750-1810 degrees)
2. Medium-Temperature 60% Alumina Refractory Castables Cement (Service Temperature 1600)
3. Refractory Mortar 90K
4. Refractory Fire Bricks 230*115*75mm both 40% Alumina and 70% Alumina
5. FONDU Cement
6. Zircon Refractories
7. Insulating Cement BLACKYT (Paste Form) for joining insulating bricks
8. Insulating Cement BLACKYT (Powder Form)
9. Binder Cement (ACCOSET) for joining fire bricks
10. Chrome Magnesite Bricks
11. Chrome Magnesite Cement
12. Insulating Bricks
13. Taper Bricks – Side Arch; End Arch
14. Hearth Blocks – 600*300*115mm
15. All Consumables for Continuous Casting Machine
16. Silicon Manganese 60/14
17. Acid Resistant Tiles & Mortar – For Pickling Plants (Acid wash)
18. Heat Resistant Adhesives
19. Heat Resistant Sealants/ Silicone