Rath introduced Silrath AK60SiC anchors in andalusitesilicon carbide to support monolithic linings

Rath introduced Silrath AK60SiC anchors in andalusite/silicon carbide, to support monolithic linings.

Andalusite/SiC Refractory Brick Anchors

Silrath AK60SiC has low open porosity, chemistry for reducing conditions Resists alkali attack, thermal shock, and abrasion Designed for high alkali environments

RATH INCORPORATED introduced Silrath AK60SiC refractory brick anchors, a line of premium andalusite/silicon carbide anchor is well suited to support monolithic linings in a variety of critical applications.

Silrath AK60SiC has very low open porosity and the chemistry reportedly is ideal for reducing conditions. It is designed to be highly resistant to alkali attack, thermal shock, and abrasion. Silrath AK60SiC brick anchors also offer similar thermal expansion with monolithic linings resulting in increased service life of the lining.

Silrath AK60SiC brick anchors are designed for high alkali environments, such as cement coolers, calciners, and preheat cyclones. It has superior performance when exposed to other harsh environments, such as zinc recovery settling chambers, aluminum furnaces, reheat furnaces, and rotary kilns.

Rath Silrath AK60SiC refractory brick anchors provide exceptional results in high alkali and harsh furnace environments.

Rath provides insulating materials for a range of thermal processing operations, including advanced ceramics, steel, aluminum, petrochemical, nonferrous, glass, and analytical equipment. Rath specializes in high-temperature heat containment, thermal processing, and thermal measurement needs of demanding customers, providing ceramic fiber, ceramic insulation, and refractories for temperature up to 1,850°C.

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