Magnesia Carbon Brick

    • High resistance towards basic foreign substances, slags, fluxes, alkali salts, sulphur, fluorine, chlorine and carbone monoxide.
    • Excellent resistance towards thermal and thermal-mechanical stresses, thermal shocks, thermal spalling, mechanical abrasion and erosion, penetration and infiltration of liquid metals.
    • High thermal-mechanical stability, high thermal conductivity and heat storage capacity.
    • Good volume stability and low porosity.

    • For the iron and steel industry as wear and permanent lining in open hearth and electric arc furnaces.
    • Applicable for furnaces used by the nonmetallic industry, burning zone for rotary cement kilns and shaft kilns for lime.
    • Applicable in furnaces operated by the nonferrous metal industry (Cu, Ni, Pb, Sn, Zn, AI).
    • Usage in heat storage and pre-heater plants.

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  • BST MagC 97-15

    BST MagC 98-10

    Main raw material Fused Magnesia 97 % MgO Fused Magnesia 98 % MgO
    Application EAF Brick Ladle Furnace Brick
    Chemical analysis
    MgO % 78 82
    C total % 15 12
    SiO2 % 1.5 1.5
    Fe2O3 % 1.0 1.0
    CaO % 1.5 1.5
    Physical properties
    A.P. % before heat treatment 3.3 4.5
    B.D. g/cm3 before heat treatment 3.02 3.05
    C.C.S /Mpa before heat treatment 40 40
    Thermal Conductivity at 1000 °C W/mK 11 11
    Thermal Conductivity at 500 °C W/mK 13 13