|Packaging Size||50kg Old Bags Or As Per Customer Requirement|
|Grain Size (mm)||0-5|
We are a highly experienced manufacturer, exporter and wholesale supplier of Silica Ramming Mass from Gudur, Andhra Pradesh. We offer 100% pure Silica Ramming Mass which can be used in coreless induction furnaces, for melting of scrap. Also referred to as acidic Ramming Mass or silica Mix, this Silica Ramming Mass is useful in various industries. The Silica Ramming Mass we offer is of high quality and has a melting point of 3274 F.
It is manufactured under strict supervision of qualified & experienced work force. Proper check is exercised on magnetic process to assure iron free material and to assure proper composition of granules according to furnace capacity. The granulations of the mix are optimized keeping in view the furnace make and capacity, thus giving maximum and best results. It is characterized by thermal stability, corrosion resistance and wears resistance because it contains less binders, fire clay and moisture compared to plastic refractories.
We Keeping in view the different needs, different types of scraps, end products and several other factors, we have got different grades of Silica Ramming Mass for lining induction furnace.
Premium Silica Ramming Mass: This is the widely used grade of Silica Ramming Mass made of best quality quartzite. This shows at least 30-40 % better results as compared to other Ramming Masses.
Snow white silica ramming mass: Made of best quality of quartz available on this earth, most popular among small furnace.
Ordinary silica ramming mass: Made of quartz, specially made for nali top of induction furnace.
Pre-mix silica ramming mass: Ready to use material for induction furnace lining, pre mixed version of KV-165 .We mix Boric Acid as per customer requirement.
We manufactured silica Ramming mass under completely controlled conditions and the formulation is prepared with consultations of major furnace manufacturers. It is best suited to control:
Reactivity of the refractory
Temperature in which reactivity takes place
Sintering characteristics of the lining
Density and strength of the lining