Fire Clay Mortar

Fireclay Mortar as defined has no cement or binder. It might be okay in very thin joints for firebrick not exposed to moisture.

Advantages

  • High strength
  • Excellent performance
  • Low drying and baking shrinkage
  • High refractory capacity
  • High bonding strength
BrandAl2O3% (Min)Fe2O3% (Max)PCE Softing Point °.C (Min)Grain size in mm (Max)SettingService Temp. °C (Max)Sintering Temp. °.CApplication Area
GITMOR-20A204.516000 to 0.5Air12001200For fixing plates setting in steel cassettes.
GITMOR-40403.516800 to 0.5Air14501200General purpose use
GITMOR-HS50217000 to 0.5Air1550800Bricks jointing setting pointing and quick patch repairs
GITMOR-HG42217500 to 0.5Air15001200For laying of high
GITSET-50F502.517000 to 0.1Ceramic15501150RHF Walls, Bottom & Roffs, Arc Furnace Roof, Steel Ladles
GITSET-50N50317000 to 0.5Air15501100General purpose use, Re rolling mills
GITMOR-6055317000 to 0.5Air16001100RHF Walls, Roof, Steel Ladles (Slag Zone), calcining Zone & General Purpose
GITMOR-70653.517500 to 0.5Air16001100Working Lining Steel Ladles, VAD & V0D Ladles, Burning Zone & General Purpose
GITMOR-70A692.517500 to 0.3Chemical16501200For fixing Ladle Nozzle, well Block, Collecting Nozzle
GITMOR-8OA75217500 to 0.5Chemical16001300Working Lining Steel Ladles, VAD & VOD Ladles, Burning Zone & General Purpose
GITM0R-90K890.517500 to 0.1Chemical/ Ceramic17501200For jointing S.G. Plate/Nozzle