In recent years, technological improvements in refractory concrete, including better raw materials, improved particle sizing, the use of additives, and the improvement of manufacturing and application processes have enhanced the performance of these products. .
In order to maximize their service life, refractory coatings, bricks and mortars applied to metal parts should always be cured in a controlled environment to minimize their water content before starting-up.
It is important to understand the reactions of a refractory product, as when heated properly, the evaporation of the water content will optimize its performance and ensure a maximum service life.
State-of-the-art equipment for refractory concrete firing
Services Mobiles SMT has the expertise in firing of refractory concrete on-site, and state-of-the-art equipment, such as certified portable high velocity burners and electric resistance heating pads.
Our high velocity gas burner technology uses excessive air volume to provide low-temperature combustion products. A wide air transfer eliminates all moisture from the refractory concrete, while maintaining an excellent thermal uniformity. Depending on the type of refractory, operations can extend over long periods of time at temperatures up to 1300 °C / 2400 °F.