Features and Benefits
- High density bonded SiC material
- Excellent strength and impact resistance at operating temperatures
- Arch brick design assures structural stability in the impact zone
- Extended life in the highest wearing section of the furnace
- Reduced maintenance and repair requirements
- Low total cost of ownership
How many rows of impact bricks should a furnace have?
The optimum height of the impact section depends on several factors, particularly the charging frequency used at the facility. Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories’ extensive expertise with copper shaft furnaces enables the provision of optimal designs for any refractory system, including appropriate sizing of the impact zone.
Which product is recommended as a backing material behind the impact zone?
The choice of castable backing material for the impact zone of a furnace will vary depending on the specification of the furnace and application. Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories’ experienced engineering teams are on hand to provide customer-focused advice and support around this.
Non Ferrous Copper Shaft Furnaces
Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories has
introduced a THIRD GENERATION of silicon carbide
refractories to effectively protect your copper