Insulating Fire Bricks-Vitcas Grade 26 2600°F/ 1430°C

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Vitcas Insulation Fire Bricks- Grade 26. Resistant to 1430oC (2600oF). Dimensions: 230x114x76mm. The insulating firebricks can be used in a variety of high temperature industrial applications, such as in insulating refractories- gas producers, kilns, furnaces and stress relieving furnaces.

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Insulating Firebricks- Grade 26. Rates to 1430oC/ 2600oF. Size: 230x114x76mm. Density: 800kg/m3. 

Vitcas Insulating Firebricks are made in a process which produces controlled porosity.  The lightweight properties coupled with low thermal conductivity means that kilns can be heated up and cooled down quickly. Vitset 45- refractory mortar is recommended for setting Grade 26 insulation bricks.


They are used as the main lining in:

  • ceramic kilns
  • forges
  • heat treatment furnaces

Insulation bricks are used  as an outer layer behind other refractories in:

  • furnaces
  • kilns
  • treatment vessels
  • regenerators
  • gas producers
  • main, soaking pits
  • stress relieving furnaces
  • reactor chambers
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Product Group Fire Bricks
Size 230 x 114 x 76mm
Color White
Temperature 1430°C /2600°F
Manufacturer Vitcas
Insulation Yes
HS Tariff Code 6902209100
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