Morgan Thermal Ceramics announces the availability of its high-strength, low cement range of refractory monolithic lining materials ideal for demanding, high-temperature applications in the metals, incineration, power generation and minerals processing markets. The full range of products includes Tri-Mor Morflo low cement castable and Tri-Mor Higun low cement gunning materials. They offer resistance to chemical attack and abrasion, combining the traditional high performance qualities of high fired brick with the ease of installation of a refractory castable.
These advanced materials are ideal for use in forge furnaces, rotary kilns, rotary hearths, pusher furnaces, skid kid pipe protections, and troughs for molten copper. 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.
The Tri-Mor Morflo low cement castable materials feature high fluidity for ease of placement without any impact on strength. They can be installed in tough to place furnace areas with minimal vibration. They are available in two temperature grades—Tri-Mor Morflo 160 is rated to 2,912°F (1,600°C), while Tri-Mor Morflo 170 is rated for 3,092°F (1,700°C).
Tri-Mor Higun low-cement gunning materials, designed to be installed using conventional gunite equipment, combines the superior 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).
Along with a complete range of refractory monolithic products, Morgan Thermal Ceramics also offers expert engineering design support, with professionals who can recommend high-performance, cost-effective products, and designs for specific applications. Morgan Thermal Ceramics, www.morgancrucible.com