Monolithic Material for High Temperatures

Monolithic Material for High Temperatures

High-strength refractories that are easy to install

MTC’s lining materials are recommended for rotary kilns and hearths, troughs, and many other applications.
MORGAN THERMAL CERAMICS is offering a high-strength, low-cement range of refractory monolithic lining materials for high-temperature applications. The series of products includes Tri-Mor ® Morflo ® low-cement castable and Tri-Mor ® Higun ® low-cement gunning materials, and according to the developer they offer excellent resistance to chemical attack and abrasion, combining the performance of high-fired brick with the installation ease of a refractory castable.

The materials are recommended for use in rotary kilns, rotary hearths, and troughs among other applications. The availability of the full range of products offers significant benefits, as walls and floors can be lined with the Morflo castable material, while roofs can be gunned with the complementary Higun material.

Tri-Mor Higun low-cement gunning materials, designed to be installed using conventional gunite equipment, combine the physical properties of a low-cement monolithic with the placement advantages of a gunning material. They are available in two temperature grades - Tri-Mor Higun 160 rated to 2,912°F (1,600°C) grade and Tri-Mor Higun 170 rated up to 3,092°F (1,700°C).

Tri-Mor Higun low-cement gunning materials, designed to be installed using conventional gunite equipment, combine the physical properties of a low-cement monolithic with the placement advantages of a gunning material. They are available in two temperature grades - Tri-Mor Higun 160 rated to 2,912°F (1,600°C) grade and Tri-Mor Higun 170 rated up to 3,092°F (1,700°C).

Thermal Ceramics designs and manufactures advanced heat insulation products that are used to help reduce energy consumption in a range of industrial processes, from iron and steel production to power generation, and specialized structural fire protection. It is a business within the Morgan Ceramics Division of The Morgan Crucible Co. plc.

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