Shaped Products: Bricks

We achieved our market position with high performing products offered at cost effective prices.

We provide a vast range of refractory products to the iron and steel industry with a team of technical specialists and access to an abundance of the highest quality raw materials.

Bricks are formed using presses or moulds. For example: Alumina Magnesia Carbon (AMC), Alumina Silica Carbon (ASC), Dolomite (DOLO), Fired Brick (FB), Fired Magnesia (FM), High Alumina (HA), Hearth (HH), Hollow Ware (HW), Magnesia Alumina Carbon (MAC), Magnesia Carbon (MC), Magnesia Chrome (MCH) and Magnesia Lime (ML).

Basic Bricks

Magnesia Carbon Bricks

Magnesia-carbon bricks are resin bonded bricks containing high-purity fused and or sintered magnesia and flake graphite as their main ingredients.

Magnesia carbon bricks have excellent corrosion resistance together with good thermal shock properties.

Magnesia Alumina Carbon Bricks

Magnesia Alumina Carbon Brick is formulated for ladle linings and is manufactured with very high purity electro fused Magnesia, high purity Graphite, Alumina and Antioxidants. Alumina Magnesia Carbon Bricks are used in Ladle Sidewall and Bottom impact areas. Magnesia Alumina Carbon Brick formulated with very high purity Alumina and Magnesiathermal shock properties.

Fired Magnesia Bricks

Magnesia and magnesia-chrome bricks are fired at high temperatures to give volume stability in use, due to their chemically stable composition.

These products also exhibit good corrosion resistance, refractoriness, hot strength, and chemical resistance.

The bricks are fired at various temperatures.

Magnesia Chrome Bricks

Magnesia-chrome bricks are made from high quality magnesia and chrome concentrate.

The bricks have good thermal stability and high temperature performance. Magnesia chromes bricks are generally made from low impurity raw materials and widely used in cement kilns and non-ferrous furnaces.


Magnesia Carbon Shape (ETap Hole, Puring Plugs, Tuyere Block, EBT)

Tap Holes

High purity magnesia carbon based tap hole tubes pressed by high capacity presses. They have a high bulk density, low apparent porosity, high erosion resistance and high performance. They are easy to install and replace on site.

Silica Bricks

Properties of the hot blast stove silica bricks are very carefully controlled. The gain size, transformation of tridymite and low quartz content are critical for good performance.

Spinel Bricks

Magnesia Spinel Bricks

Magnesia-spinel products have high corrosion resistance, and the combination of magnesia and alumina/spinel results in a material that has a lower thermal conductivity when compared with 100% magnesia or alumina type products. Raw material additions such as titanium or zirconia can further enhance the corrosion and spalling resistance.

Carbon Block Series (Blast Furnace)

Large-sized Baked Carbon Block: As microporous carbon block, semi-graphitic carbon block and microporous carbon-silicon block are made with high-temperature electrically calcined anthracite, synthetic graphite and silicon carbide as main raw materials, they possess higher thermal conductivity, lower permeability, good hot metal and alkali-resistance. Semi-graphitic carbon blocks can be used as the lower bottom lining. Microporous carbon blocks can be used as the linings of the upper bottom and lower hearth of blast furnaces under intensified smelting. Microporous carbon—silicon blocks can be used in laying the hearth, tap hole and slag hole of the blast furnace.

Small-sized Baked Carbon Brick: Moulded microporous carbon brick and carbon-silicon carbide brick are produced through hot pressed forming, high-temperature baking and finished grinding with high-temperature electrically calcined anthracite, synthetic graphite and silicon carbide as main raw materials and the oils deriving from coal or phenolic formaldehyde resin as binder as well as ultra-micropowder additives. Moulded microporous carbon-silicon carbide bricks can be used for the brickwork of tuyere, slag hole, tap hole, hearth and slag forming zones of the blast furnace.

Ceramic Cup Brick (Blast Furnace)

Plastic-phase bonded composite corundum brick: The product is composed of high quality mullite and high purity fused corundum as raw materials with addition of specified binder by shaping at high pressure and sintering at high temperature. With features of high refractoriness under load, compact structure, low porosity and high resistance to corrosion, the products are available for the furnace bottom, ceramic cup bottom lining and combined brick of tuyere, tap-hole and slaghole of the large blast furnace.

Corundum brick: The corundum brick is made of brown fused corundum and silicon carbide as starting materials, combined with special additives, through mould press process and sintering before fine machining. The brick is characterized by good alkaline resistance and slag corrosion resistance, which is suitable for lining the bottom, hearth ceramic cup, tuyere, tap-hole and slaghole.

Si3N4-SiC Bricks Nitride Bonded Silicon Carbide (Aluminium Industry)

There are many different types of SiC brick with different bonding systems and varying SiC content. In general, direct bonded SiC have high resistance to alkalis and zinc. Also, they have high thermal conductivity, excellent erosion resistance, very good thermal shock properties, and they are resistant to corrosion and CO attack. Generally, nitride-bonded SiC are used in applications, such as the blast furnace belly.