Bricks are the blocks of ceramic materials commonly
used in masonry construction. Bricks can be created from shale,
clay, calcium silicate, soft slate, concrete or can be shaped
from quarried stone. Clay is the common raw-material for bricks
and three processes are made to get good clay for bricks- soft
mud, dry press or extruded. There are several bricks which can
be made using different types of raw materials and staples. Such
well popular bricks are Fire
Heat Duty Bricks, High
Alumina Bricks, Insulating Bricks, Magnesia Carbon Bricks and do forth.
Fire bricks are designed for fireplaces as they
last for longer than other kind of materials. Fire bricks are
stalwart, durable and highly affordable. High Alumina Bricks are
made from alumina raw materials like bauxite and diaspore. During
firing, these bricks pull out large amount of mullite which is
used for load conditions or severe temperatures. Insulating
bricks are light weight bricks bearing high heat resistant
and great durability. Insulating bricks are made upon various
specifications and grades and they also include high alumina content.
Insulating bricks are generally used for glass plant furnaces
and boilers because they offer perfect insulation from heat.
Another type of Magnesia
Carbon Bricks are created by fusing magnesia clinkers
of high quality graphite and great purity. Magnesia carbon bricks
feature bigger corrosion impedance against basic slang and great
thermal spalling impedance against rapid cooling and beating.
These bricks have high demand in global markets as inner materials
in arc furnace, converts and ladles. Arora Refractories make high
bricks and Special Bricks for Glass Industries at affordable
rates. Our proficient team efficiently craft high quality bricks
which last for many years to come.