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Low Thermal Conductivity Fire Refractory Bricks,
Fire Refractory Bricks High Temperature,
High Flexural Strength Refractory Fire Bricks
Fire refractory bricks are a type of high-temperature refractory material made of clay. These bricks have a high melting point and excellent thermal shock resistance. They are extremely strong, with a high flexural strength, and are usually made in a rectangular shape. Fire refractory bricks are a reliable and durable choice for high-temperature applications.
CH Refractories’ Fire Refractory Bricks are high-temperature refractory bricks with a model number of CH65. They are made of clay material and have a high density, which makes them highly fire-resistant and fireproof. The rectangular shape of these fire-resistant refractory bricks provides a good fit in any application, making it easy and convenient to use. With a high chemical resistance, these bricks are designed to endure the extreme temperatures of any application. Moreover, their high refractoriness allows them to be used in various industrial applications and to withstand high temperatures in furnaces, boilers, hot stoves, kilns, and other high-temperature environments.
CH Refractories offers a wide range of fireproof bricks, high-temperature refractory bricks for various applications. Our fireproof bricks are made of clay materials for superior thermal shock resistance and high flexural strength. With a high melting point, these fireproof bricks are suitable for high-temperature environments. Standard size of the fireproof bricks is available.
We provide technical support and services for Fire Refractory Bricks. Our support team is available to answer your questions and assist you with any issues you may have. Our services include:
If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out to us and we’ll be happy to help!
Fire refractory bricks should be packaged and shipped in accordance with the following guidelines: