Monolithic refractories are utilized across numerous industries including steel, aluminum, cement, lime, HPI/petrochem, etc. It is considered an "unshaped" mix with a particular percentage of water for optimal properties. How much water is too much? Molds are used shaping the monolithic for multiple purposes. Monolithic products are highly recommended for their mechanical integrity, abrasion, thermal, and shock resistance at high temperatures.
What are the types of monolithic refractories?
Castable RefractoryCastable monolithics consist of coarse and fine grains. Resco Products provides a large variety of castables including basic castables, chemically bonded castables, conventional castables, extreme service castables, general duty castables, insulating & low cement castables. Looking for an aditive for shotcreting? Resco SC-1 is Resco Products recommended shotcreting additive.
Ramming MixesRamming refractory typically use a pneumatic rammer and are stiffer than plastic refractories
Plastic RefractoriesTypically used in Iron & Steel, Incineration, and the Power industry, plastics have an alumina chemistry and installed by ramming.
Various products can be cast, rammed, troweled or gunned into place. Following the recommended dry-out schedule is crucial for proper installation and curing. Failure to follow proper dry-out schedule can result in explosive spalling, unscheduled downtime, repair costs, and revenue loss.