Question:

What is refractory?

What is refractory?

Answer:

Refractory is an inorganic nonmetallic material with minimum refractoriness of 1580 ℃. Now, refractory is not defined merely by judging that whether its refractoriness is at above 1580 ℃. Currently, refractory, an inorganic nonmetallic material, are widely used in metallurgy, ceramics, power and other industrial fields.
Refractory materials are widely used in metallurgy, machinery manufacturing, chemical industry, petroleum, power and other industrial fields. It is an inorganic nonmetallic material mostly used in metallurgical industry with the minimum refractoriness of 1580 ℃, able to resist high temperature without softening (annealing). It accounts for 50% to 60% in total output. Refractoriness refers to refractory's ability to resist fire.

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