Fire Clay Insulating Brick

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The Meaning Of Insulating Firebricks

Insulating bricks made of fire clay, which are also called fire brick, refractory brick, Fire clay insulating brick or IFB, serve in high temperature situations that vary from 2,000°F (1,093°C) to 3,200°F (1,760°C).

Meanwhile, Fire clay insulating brick are produced in compliance with global criteria utilizing pure refractory clays and other ceramic components. They are able to operate in a wide range of temperatures and atmospheres, reaching up to 3,000°F simultaneously.

Fire bricks contain a precisely graded organic filler that is incinerated during production to create a consistent, regulated pore structure. The excellent insulating qualities of the bricks are due to their high porous rate, which also makes them lightweight.

What Is Provided By The Laurel Group?

Laurel Group offers Fire Clay Insulating Brick with excellent performance and value for various applications and industries. Their range is complete. Bricks are widely used in residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Furthermore, the bricks possess a lightweight quality and can be conveniently altered or sliced using regular handheld tools.

If you require a special grade, machining, or varied shapes as an overseas customer, feel free to directly contact our office for a personalized quotation. Our manufacturing facility is capable of producing IFB wedge, arch, split, and key bricks, as well as hearth plates of all kinds. Moreover, we provide cast to shape parts as per the drawings using different castable refractory cements.

What Do Hard Fire Bricks Refer To?

Super Duty or insulation fire clay bricks, also referred to as Hard bricks, are refractory bricks that possess the qualities of being very hard, dense, and durable. The manufacture of bricks involves the utilization of a specific bauxite chamotte as the key raw element, which is subjected to an advanced process that involves strict quality compliance standards. Additionally, the firing of the bricks occurs at a high temperature range of 1,450℃ – 1,470℃.

In comparison to their IFB counterparts, these bricks do not provide insulation. To cut and modify bricks, one needs special tools like a tile or brick saw. They are commonly utilized for their structural characteristics. And also situated internally in kilns due to their ability to absorb and conduct heat facilitating the attainment of high firing temperatures.