Insulating Fire Bricks-Vitcas Grade 30

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Vitcas Insulation Firebricks- Grade 30. Dimensions: 230x114x76mm. Rates at 1650oC / 3000oF. The lightweight insulation fire bricks can be used for industrial applications such as in hot blast stoves, as primary hot face linings, for back up insulation for kilns and furnaces and for flue insulation.

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IFB-30/76MM

Insulating Fire Bricks- Grade 30. Rates to 1650oC/ 3000oF. Size: 230x114x76mm. Density: 1000kg/m

Insulating fire bricks are manufactured using a method resulting in a lightweight, porous structure.  This is important in processes where the work is heated and it is not desirable to waste energy heating the brick work for example in forges and annealing kilns. We recommend using Vitset 45- refractory mortar for setting Grade 30 insulation firebricks.

Applications:

  • primary hot face linings
  • back up insulation for kilns & furnaces
  • hot blast furnaces
  • flue insulation
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Product Group Fire Bricks
Size 230 x 114 x 76mm
Color White
Indoor Yes
Temperature 1700°C /3090°F
Manufacturer Vitcas
Insulation Yes
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  1. What You Need to Know about Insulation What You Need to Know about Insulation Insulation is an important aspect of any high heat appliance, whether it is in your home or in industrial settings. When an appliance is properly insulated, it has many additional benefits conferred on it, i.e. it reduces heat loss which thus saves on energy consumption and as a result, is more environmentally friendly and more economically efficient. In the long term, this increases the life span of such appliances as they require less frequent
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Hi Can this be used to insulate a wall of a house ?

Vitcas Insulating Bricks Grade 30 are designed for high temperature applications such as for insulating kilns and furnaces, due to its high temperature resistance of 1650oC/ 3000oF. Therefore, it is not necessarily a suitable insulator for room temperature...

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