Refractories are ceramic materials designed to withstand the very high temperatures (in excess of 1,000°F [538°C]) encountered in modern manufacturing. More heat-resistant than metals, they are used to line the hot surfaces found inside many industrial processes.
In addition to being resistant to thermal stress and other physical phenomena induced by heat, refractories can withstand physical wear and corrosion caused by chemical agents. Thus, they are essential to the manufacture of petrochemical products and the refining of gasoline.
Our Technical Consultant RefraeX and PALGAN jointly engaged in providing following refractory services in the national and international market to the process industries like Iron and Steel, Aluminium, Cement, Hydrocarbon Process Industries and other high temperature operations require refractory linings.
We do Inspections, Study of service conditions, Trouble shooting, Rehabilitation, Material selection, Design and Engineering in order to upgrade the refractory lining systems.
- Recommend solutions for critical installations
- Inputs for refractory design upgradation
- Offer best installation practice
- Proposal of suitable suppliers to specific application
- Refractory training courses for end users
- Third party inspection services (TPI)
- Installation supervision and progress monitoring
Refractory Supply, installations / repairs and Site management)
We offer refractory installations supported by our core / professional site management team to take care of project and site installations / repairs.
Upon request / requirement we do supply suitable refractory materials from reputed suppliers (we have such liberty to choose the right products from different vendors to fit the best design) or from our local stock case to case basis.
Training and Certification
We are also engaged in providing refractory refresher courses (two to five days duration) to educate engineers / Supervisors from clients and provide respective certifications.
Research & Development
Collaborate with national, international research organizations and ceramic industries and to contribute new functional materials development and performance enhancement