REFRACTORIES

Nutec Bickley has a vast know - how on designing tunnel kilns, shuttle kilns and Carbell® kilns to fire all types of refractories shapes.

PROCESSES:

  • Firing: Temperatures from 750°C (1,380°F) to 1,850°C (3,360°F). Attention paid to temperature uniformity as well as fuel consumption.
  • Curing: Temperatures from 150°C (300°F) to 350°C (660°F). Air movement and volatile removal are essential and exhausts generally need to be treated with afterburners or RTO units.
  • Tempering: 350°C (660°F) to 750°C (1,380°F). Air movement and volatile removal are essential and exhausts generally need to be treated with afterburners or RTO units.
  • Nitriding: Special conditions are created around the product within a refractory retort mounted on the kiln cars.