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Fused rebonded Magnesia Chorme

Product name: Fused rebonded Magnesia Chorme

Application: RH degasser

Grade Mg0 CaO Cr2O3 AI203  Fe203 Si02 B.D. A.P. C.C.S R.U.L Salt
% % % % % % g/cm³ % Mpa
DMGe- 18A 63.96 1.24 18.28 5.35 8.29 1.2 3.23 17.2 48 1750 N
3.3 10.3 96 1750 Y
DMGe-20A 62.44 1.09 20.6 6.02 8.16 1.18 3.25 16.4 51 1750 N
3.32 11.5 98 1750 Y
DMGe-26 55.42 1.13 26.22 6.29 8.9 1.2 3.32 16.3 52 1750 N
3.43 10.5 105 1750 Y

Fused rebonded magnesia chrome plays a vital role in steelmaking by providing durable, high-performance refractory linings for furnaces, ladles, and other equipment. Its ability to withstand extreme temperatures, resist chemical corrosion, and provide thermal insulation makes it an essential component in ensuring the reliability, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of steel production processes.Here are several key roles it performs in steelmaking:

1. Lining of Steelmaking Furnaces: FMCR is commonly used to line various types of steelmaking furnaces, including basic oxygen furnaces (BOFs), electric arc furnaces (EAFs), and ladle furnaces. These furnaces operate at extremely high temperatures and are subjected to severe thermal and chemical stresses during the steelmaking process. FMCR linings provide excellent resistance to high temperatures, thermal shock, and chemical corrosion, ensuring the durability and longevity of the furnace linings.

2. Protection Against Molten Metal and Slag: In steelmaking, molten metal and slag are highly corrosive and can erode furnace linings over time. FMCR’s high resistance to chemical attack from molten metal and slag helps protect the furnace lining, preventing premature failure and ensuring consistent performance over extended periods.

3. Thermal Insulation: FMCR offers excellent thermal insulation properties, helping to conserve energy and maintain optimal operating temperatures within steelmaking furnaces. By minimizing heat loss to the surroundings, FMCR linings contribute to energy efficiency and reduce fuel consumption, thereby lowering production costs in steelmaking operations.

4. Stability at High Temperatures: Steelmaking processes often involve operating temperatures exceeding 1500°C (2732°F), placing significant demands on refractory materials. FMCR exhibits remarkable stability at high temperatures, maintaining its structural integrity and mechanical strength even under extreme heat conditions. This ensures reliable performance and prevents premature failure of furnace linings during steelmaking operations.

5. Reduced Downtime and Maintenance Costs: FMCR’s superior durability and resistance to thermal and chemical degradation contribute to reduced downtime and maintenance costs in steelmaking facilities. With longer service life and minimal need for repairs or replacements, FMCR linings help optimize production uptime and maximize overall operational efficiency.

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