The metallurgical industry uses a variety of refractory materials to cope with harsh working environments such as high temperature, corrosion and erosion. In the metallurgical industry, high-alumina refractory bricks and magnesia-chrome bricks are commonly used in the lining of high-temperature furnaces, converters, electric arc furnaces and other equipment.
Silicon carbide refractories have excellent high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance and thermal conductivity. They are usually used in high temperature areas in the metallurgical industry, such as high temperature areas of railways, aluminum electrolytic cells, etc.
Silicate refractories are made of silicate as the main component, and have good high temperature resistance and corrosion resistance. In the metallurgical industry, silicate refractories are often used in furnace walls, furnace roofs and castings.
Carbonaceous refractories are made of carbon materials, have excellent thermal conductivity and wear resistance, and are widely used in electrodes, anodes and cathodes in the metallurgical industry.