Waste to Energy Solutions with Silicone Carbide

Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics & Refractories provides outstanding refractory solutions for the waste to energy market. These include tube protection systems offering unrivalled performance, even under the most demanding operating conditions.


Silicon carbide (SiC) bricks and protection tiles are used extensively across the globe because of their outstanding properties. Our range of SiC material have high thermal conductivity, resist corrosion and erosion and are extremely oxidation resistant. Our products lasts longer and can be specifically manufactured to meet physical and thermal requirements for any waste to energy application. Our silicon carbide systems provie a faster installation technique, helping to save your time and cost.


Our product range includes SiC refractory blocks that offer high level performance and long service life. Our bricks and tiles create a robust protection system in the high temperature environment encountered in todays energy from waste applications.

Waste to Energy Technologies

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Customized solutions are available with the primary aim of enhancing customers’ processes, whatever the overall goal. Reducing the amount of refractory used, adjusting the maintenance and relining frequency.


Information on the latest products, installation techniques and procedures is routinely shared with customers, ensuring the maximum level service and efficiency.



Each improvement journey begins with an individualized, comprehensive consultation with the customer.




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Waste to Energy

Saint-Gobain provides outstanding refractory solutions for thermal treatment in the WTE market. Our tube protection systems are unrivaled protecting tube

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Brochures & Flyers
Waste to Energy Heat Treatment

Saint-Gobain Performance Ceramics and Refractories (PCR) has been designing and manufacturing high performance refractories for demanding atmosphere

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