Metal hex grid and flex metal refractory lining
Refractories are material having high melting points, with properties that make them suitable to act as heat-resisting barriers between high and low temperature zones. Refractories are useful in constructing application- specific high temperature areas or surfaces, particularly in furnaces or boilers, as they minimize heat losses through structure.
Lining refers to permanent support structure that to prevent deformation or collapse of surrounding rock. It is the construction of reinforced concrete and other materials that builds along the surrounding of tunnel body.
Refractory lining is also called refractory furnace lining.
We provide refractory lining products of hex metal refractory lining and flex metal refractory lining. They are both flexible, mesh grating used in reinforcing linings, floors and any cement structures needing added support.
Product features of refractory lining
- Good insulation performances, lining tight uniform density, small energy consumption.
- High-intensity, low high-temperature liquid metal slag and anti-erosion ability, alloying elements on the high yield.
- Good insulation performances.
- High sintering speed and good corrosion resistance, spalling resistance, when the shutdown of smaller crack, high crack healing ability.
- Construction of simple and labor intensity of small, efficient operating environment
- Hex metal refractory lining is ideal for lining ducts, furnaces, reactor vessels, cyclones, flue gas lines and other high temperature equipment of virtually any shape.
- Typical applications of flex metal refractory furnace lining include air distributors, fan cases and all plants where the practicality of free rolling material is beneficial to maintenance activities.
Hexagonal cellular mesh dimensions, material and quantity are presented below:
- 1" /14 g mat 405(410S) 50mm × 25mm × 2mm
- ¾"/14 g mat 405 (410S) 50mm × 19mm × 2mm
- fittings 204 1"/14g 304H
Hex mesh TP304H 25mm thick for apply on refinery welded to the walls of a cyclone.