BNZ Materials, Inc. Datasheets for Bricks

Bricks consist of fired ceramic or cement materials with a rectangular shape.  Different bricks are available for specific applications such firebricks or refractory bricks, acid bricks for flooring and red bricks for masonry applications.
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Product Name Notes
Alternative to bubble alumina brick in many high temp applications
Anode baking furnace applications
Asbestos free, high temperature calcium silicate insulation
ASTM grade 30 brick, applications such as strip annealing furnaces
Blast furnace bottom applications
Blast furnace stove checkers, glass tank regenerator checker applications
Checkers for blast furnace stove applications
Excellent density, strength & temperature stability
Excellent service in suspended arch designs under cycling conditions
For anode baking furnace applications
For blast furnace hearth, glass tank furnace applications
For blast furnace, cement rotary kiln, glass tank furnace applications
For chlorinator applications
General purpose, for anode baking furnaces & glass melting tank insulation
High melting point, used for glass furnace insulation & general furnace use
High strength ASTM grade 23 for high strength applications
Low density brick, low conductivity & low thermal mass applications
Low density to meet ASTM grade 20, low reheat shrinkage meets ASTM grade 23
Low reheat shrinkage, suited for reheating & annealing furnaces
Meets all requirements of an ASTM C 155 class 26 IFB
Secondary steel-making vessel, chemical, petrochemical & fertilizer ind.
Silica bricks for coke oven sole
Silica bricks for coke oven wall, regenerator & oven top
Silica bricks for glass & other industries
Special silica bricks for coke oven as per DIN specification
Specialty grade
Specialty grade, low density & low conductivity
Specialty grade, normally specified in load bearing applications
Specialty grade, very high strength and superior thermal shock resistance
Standard ASTM grade 23
Standard ASTM grade 28
Stronger, denser version of the Calor A
Traditional Grade 25 IFB for furnace & kiln applications
Used for aluminum reduction cells & for general insulation
Used for anode baking furnaces worldwide