Manufactured from specially formulated shales and fire clays, Belden chemical resistant brick can be used in many different processes and offers cost savings due to durability, repairability and insulating efficiency. For use in chemical, steel, metalworking, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, food and beverage, public utilities, aircraft, automotive and electronics industries, typical applications include process vessels, plating tanks, storage tanks, reaction vessels, fume ducts, bleach towers, scrubbers, waste treatment pits, rinse lines and pickling tanks.
Construction, Materials, Finishes
Belden chemical resistant floor bricks are manufactured from the highest quality American shales and fire clays. These materials are specifically formulated and blended for density and strength before being fired at over 2000 degrees F (1093 degrees C). The resultant CRB is resistant not only to virtually all corrosive liquids, with the exception of acid fluorides and strong hot caustics, but to the heavy physical abuse of industrial applications.
Belden chemical resistant floor brick is manufactured to conform to the specification requirements of both ASTM C279 and ASTM C410 (industrial floor brick). Whenever close dimensional tolerances or minimal distortion is required, ASTM C410, Tables II and III, should be used for the dimensional standards of the specification.
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