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How much is clay brick for hot blast stove?

Clay brick is a kind of refractory brick commonly used for lining of high-temperature kiln. It can be used in blast furnace, hot blast stove, ladle, molten iron tank and other industrial furnaces.

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How much is a ton of clay brick for hot blast stove? Clay bricks for hot blast stove are divided into ordinary clay bricks and low creep clay bricks according to the characteristics of clay bricks. Clay bricks for hot blast stove have refractory bricks of standard size and special-shaped size according to the shape and size of bricks.

Clay brick is a weak acid clay refractory brick with Al2O3 content of 38% – 42%, which is made by mixing and sintering with clay clinker as aggregate, adding powder and soft clay as binder according to the proportion.

Clay bricks are made with certain characteristics according to the selected refractory raw materials. Different refractory raw materials and additives are used to make clay bricks, the production cost of clay bricks is different, and the price of clay bricks is also different.

Customers who purchase refractory bricks know that in general, the physical and chemical indexes and dimensions of clay bricks should be provided for the inquiry of clay bricks, and the purpose can also be provided to increase the accuracy of the inquiry of clay bricks.

The hot blast stove is lined with clay bricks. The clay bricks include standard size clay bricks and special-shaped size clay bricks. The price of general special-shaped size clay bricks needs to be determined according to the mold for producing clay bricks.

Common clay bricks are used for hot blast stove. For example, the standard size of clay bricks is about 1800-2000 yuan per ton. Clay bricks for hot blast stove are generally laid in the lower part of the kiln, mainly in the medium and low temperature area.

Clay refractory brick has good application effect. It is a common refractory brick for lining masonry of most hot blast furnaces.