These materials must have characteristics that are considered quality control parameters. Features such as texture, maximum operating temperature, heat transfer coefficient, strength, electrical conductivity, stability and corrosion resistance are the factors that cause the selection of a mineral material as a refractory. This means that a refractory is resistant to loading, wear, pressure, thermal shock and corrosion, and during the entire process, the chemical composition remains constant. All these characteristics make the refractory material an important and strategic product in the industry. growth and development will not be possible without having refractories due to their widespread use and the strong dependence of various industries on them, especially in infrastructure industries such as steel, cement, aluminum, copper and glass industries.
High-quality raw materials and precision in production result in refractory material with a long lifetime.