What is the purpose of fused magnesia?
There are two main specifications for mid-range magnesia: one, 94%, two, and 95%. The mid-range magnesia is mainly used in metallurgy to produce metallurgical powders to join furnace bottoms and furnace walls, make slurry sprayed furnace linings, and make magnesia bricks. And magnesia chrome bricks, in addition to being used as the lining of the furnace bottom, are also widely used in electric steelmaking furnaces, heating furnaces, non-ferrous metal converting furnaces and rotary furnaces. They are also high-quality raw materials for the production of mid-range magnesia refractory products.
What are the main contents of magnesia?
The medium-grade magnesia mainly has 94% and 95% content. The medium-grade magnesia is produced from light-burned magnesia with 97% MgO content as raw materials, and is produced by pressing ball and high-temperature shaft kiln calcination. The product has good sintering degree and dense crystals. It is a high-quality raw material for the production of mid-range magnesia refractory products.