The provided Refractory Grog is also acknowledged as chamotte and fire sand in the market. This grog is mainly a material that is utilized for making ceramic products such as tiles, kitchenware and much more. It possesses an elevated percentage of alumina and silica. This grog can be made by firing picked fire clays to an elevated temperature prior to screening and grinding to certain particle sizes. The different technique makes our Refractory Grog from pitchers. In addition, the particle distribution is normally coarser in dimension than the different materials that are utilized to make clay bodies.
Refractory Grog, also known as bed material, is widely used for fluidized beds in boilers.
This material is available in various grain sizes to meet our clients' requirements.