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  • Calcium Silicate Board for Aluminum Industry

    Calcium Silicate Board for Aluminum Industry

    Calcium Silicate Board for Aluminum Industry

    CSHT-N-17, N-19, CS-1, N-600, N-14, B-3, B-3A

    INSULATING BOARDS AND MACHINED COMPONENTS
    OSYMEN offers several grades and types of technically advanced insulating refractory boards for molten metal applications.
    The carbon fibre reinforced calcium silicate boards available are N-17, N-19, CS-1 and N-600.
    The glass reinforced calcium silicate boards available are N-14, B-3 and B-3A.
    These refractory ceramic fi bre free materials are
    available in sheets or as precision machined components.
    OSYMEN machine shops are equipped with CNC tooling equipment to produce components to customer specifi cations. Popular project application information for each type of board material can be provided by OSYMEN.

     

    BENEFITS
    • No refractory ceramic fi bres (non-RCF)
    • Low thermal conductivity
    • Thermal shock resistant
    • Non-wetting
    • Excellent machining characteristics

    APPLICATIONS
    • Machined spouts (dip tubes)
    • Billet / slab fl oats
    • Continuous sheet caster tips
    • Transition plates and headers
    • Orifi ce plates for horizontal casters
    • Trough liners
    • Insulated riser inserts
    • Continuous caster head boxes
    • Molten metal dams
    • Baffl e plates
    • Furnace linings

     

    Property of Calcium Silicate Prefabricated and Customized

    1. Class A1 non-combustible

    Class A1 and A1L products will not contribute in any stage of the fire including the fully developed fire. For that reason they are assumed to be capable of satisfying automatically all requirements of all lower classes.

    2. Asbestos free

    What is asbestos and why do we need to be protected from it?

    Asbestos is a highly dangerous substance which can cause cancer and other illnesses. Environmental and occupational exposure to asbestos is known to contribute to the high burden of cancer, causing many avoidable deaths. 78% of cancers recognised as occupational cancer in the EU are related to asbestos. In 2019 alone, more than 70,000 workers died from past exposure to asbestos in the EU. The average time between initial asbestos exposure and the first signs of disease is about 30 years. Addressing the health risks stemming from exposure to asbestos is therefore part of the actions under Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.

    Since 2005, all use of asbestos is banned in the EU. Nevertheless, given that over 220 million buildings were built before the ban, it is likely that a significant part of today’s building stock still contains asbestos. A considerable number of renovations and demolitions are expected over the coming years. As part of the European Green Deal, the Renovation Wave Strategy includes the aim to double the annual rate of energy renovations of buildings by 2030, which are responsible for more than one third of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.

    These renovations will improve health and living conditions for consumers, and reduce their energy bills. However, they will also increase the risks of exposure to asbestos while they are taking place, in particular for people employed in the construction sector.

    The Commission proposal for a revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive also underlines that Member States should support energy performance upgrades of existing buildings that contribute to achieving a healthy indoor environment, including through the removal of hazardous substances like asbestos.

    For all these reasons, the Commission’s Communication tackles asbestos in a comprehensive way, from health treatment and prevention to identification and safe removal of asbestos in buildings and waste treatment.

    3. High temperature resistance 1000°C

    4. High strength

    5. Low Leachable Chloride Content

    6. Excellent Soundproofing performance

     

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    Calcium Silicate Board for Aluminum Industry

    CSHT-N-17, N-19, CS-1, N-600, N-14, B-3, B-3A

    INSULATING BOARDS AND MACHINED COMPONENTS
    OSYMEN offers several grades and types of technically advanced insulating refractory boards for molten metal applications.
    The carbon fibre reinforced calcium silicate boards available are N-17, N-19, CS-1 and N-600.
    The glass reinforced calcium silicate boards available are N-14, B-3 and B-3A.
    These refractory ceramic fi bre free materials are
    available in sheets or as precision machined components.
    OSYMEN machine shops are equipped with CNC tooling equipment to produce components to customer specifi cations. Popular project application information for each type of board material can be provided by OSYMEN.

     

    BENEFITS
    • No refractory ceramic fi bres (non-RCF)
    • Low thermal conductivity
    • Thermal shock resistant
    • Non-wetting
    • Excellent machining characteristics

    APPLICATIONS
    • Machined spouts (dip tubes)
    • Billet / slab fl oats
    • Continuous sheet caster tips
    • Transition plates and headers
    • Orifi ce plates for horizontal casters
    • Trough liners
    • Insulated riser inserts
    • Continuous caster head boxes
    • Molten metal dams
    • Baffl e plates
    • Furnace linings

     

    Property of Calcium Silicate Prefabricated and Customized

    1. Class A1 non-combustible

    Class A1 and A1L products will not contribute in any stage of the fire including the fully developed fire. For that reason they are assumed to be capable of satisfying automatically all requirements of all lower classes.

    2. Asbestos free

    What is asbestos and why do we need to be protected from it?

    Asbestos is a highly dangerous substance which can cause cancer and other illnesses. Environmental and occupational exposure to asbestos is known to contribute to the high burden of cancer, causing many avoidable deaths. 78% of cancers recognised as occupational cancer in the EU are related to asbestos. In 2019 alone, more than 70,000 workers died from past exposure to asbestos in the EU. The average time between initial asbestos exposure and the first signs of disease is about 30 years. Addressing the health risks stemming from exposure to asbestos is therefore part of the actions under Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.

    Since 2005, all use of asbestos is banned in the EU. Nevertheless, given that over 220 million buildings were built before the ban, it is likely that a significant part of today’s building stock still contains asbestos. A considerable number of renovations and demolitions are expected over the coming years. As part of the European Green Deal, the Renovation Wave Strategy includes the aim to double the annual rate of energy renovations of buildings by 2030, which are responsible for more than one third of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.

    These renovations will improve health and living conditions for consumers, and reduce their energy bills. However, they will also increase the risks of exposure to asbestos while they are taking place, in particular for people employed in the construction sector.

    The Commission proposal for a revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive also underlines that Member States should support energy performance upgrades of existing buildings that contribute to achieving a healthy indoor environment, including through the removal of hazardous substances like asbestos.

    For all these reasons, the Commission’s Communication tackles asbestos in a comprehensive way, from health treatment and prevention to identification and safe removal of asbestos in buildings and waste treatment.

    3. High temperature resistance 1000°C

    4. High strength

    5. Low Leachable Chloride Content

    6. Excellent Soundproofing performance

     

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    OSYMEN

    Unit

    N-17

    N-19

    CS-1

    N-600

    N-14

    B-3

    B-3A

    Bulk density
     

    kg/m³

    817

    925

    797

    801

    855

    850

    970

     

    lb/ft³

    51

    58

    50

    50

    53

    53

    61

    Loss On Ignition– (Maximum Percentage)

     

    %

    5.6

    6.8

    3.2

    3.8

    4.8

    5

    5

    Coeffi cient of Thermal Expansion

     

    10-6/°C

    7

    7

    4.7

    6.7

    6.6

    6.5

    6.5

     

    10-6/°F

    3.9

    3.9

    2.72

    3.72

    3.67

    3.61

    3.61

    Maximum Service Temperature

     

    °C

    1050

    1050

    1050

    1050

    1050

    1050

    1100

     

    °F

    1922

    1922

    1922

    1922

    1922

    1922

    2012

    Continuous Service Temperature

     

    °C

    850

    850

    850

    850

    850

    850

    1000

     

    °F

    1562

    1562

    1562

    1562

    1562

    1562

    1832

    Compressive Strength

     

    Mpa

    24

    24

    19

    19

    17

    18

    30

     

    lb/in²

    3479

    3479

    2754

    2754

    2464

    2609

    4349

    Flexural Strength

     

    Mpa

    8.8

    8.8

    7.3

    7.5

    8.8

    6

    8

     

    lb/in²

    1276

    1276

    1058

    1087

    1276

    870

    1160

    Thermal Shrinkage (Linear)–24 hours @ 750°C (1382°F)

     

    %

    0.38

    0.49

    0.05

    0.06

    0.4

    0.2

    0.1

    Thermal conductivity

    300°C

    W/(m.K)

    0.180

    0.220

    0.190

    0.190

    0.200

    0.250

    0.260

    500°C

    W/(m.K)

    1.320

    0.220

    0.200

    0.210

    0.200

    0.250

    0.270

    700°C

    W/(m.K)

    1.390

    0.220

    0.200

    0.230

    0.200

    0.260

    0.270

    572°F

    BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in)

    1.249

    1.526

    1.318

    1.318

    1.388

    1.735

    1.804

    932°F

    BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in)

    9.158

    1.526

    1.388

    1.457

    1.388

    1.735

    1.873

    1292°F

    BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in)

    9.644

    1.526

    1.388

    1.596

    1.388

    1.804

    1.873

     

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  • 1050ºC Hydrophobic Non-Asbestos Calcium Silicate Board

    1050ºC Hydrophobic Non-Asbestos Calcium Silicate Board

    1050oC HYDROPHOBIC NON-ASBESTOS CALCIUM SILICATE BOARD

    CSHT calcium silicate board, the main component of high temperature calcium silicate is Xonotlite (6CaO·6SiO2·H2O), which has higher temperature resistance than ordinary calcium silicate materials. Each xonotlite molecule contains only 1 crystal water, even if the temperature exceeds the limit, only a small amount of crystal water will be removed without causing serious damage to the system. Because of its excellent comprehensive properties, this material is widely used in field of high temperature and energy saving.

    CSHT calcium silicate boards are low density insulating board with excellent insulation value, high mechanical strength and good heat resistance. The boards are designed for maximum temperatures of 1050°C (1922°F) and are applicable as back up insulating lining in a wide variety of industries like Aluminum, Cement, Glass, Petrochemical & Chemical, furnaces, etc.

    Advantages of Calcium Silicate Board:

    1. Anti-corrosion

    Contains a special anti-corrosion agent, which can effectively avoid corrosion under the insulation layer (CUI), making calcium silicate become one of the most difficult insulation materials to corrode pipelines. It has Certified ASTM C692 and ASTM C871 tests and conforms to ASTM C795 standard.

    2. Durability

    CSHT type calcium silicate is a rigid thermal insulation material with high strength and micropore structure (Compressive strength ≥1800 KPa) which will effectively prevent damage from bumps and tramples.

    3. High temperature resistance

    Due to the temperature resistance which is up to 1000°C, it can be used in high tempera-ture scenes.

    4. Use Life

    Under the conditions of correct installation, use and maintenance as required, CSHT calcium silicate has superior physical strength and temperature resistance which will last for at least 35 years.

     

    Property of Calcium Silicate Board:

    1. Class A1 non-combustible

     Class A1 and A1L products will not contribute in any stage of the fire including the fully developed fire. For that reason they are assumed to be capable of satisfying automatically all requirements of all lower classes.

    2. Asbestos free

    What is asbestos and why do we need to be protected from it?

    Asbestos is a highly dangerous substance which can cause cancer and other illnesses. Environmental and occupational exposure to asbestos is known to contribute to the high burden of cancer, causing many avoidable deaths. 78% of cancers recognised as occupational cancer in the EU are related to asbestos. In 2019 alone, more than 70,000 workers died from past exposure to asbestos in the EU. The average time between initial asbestos exposure and the first signs of disease is about 30 years. Addressing the health risks stemming from exposure to asbestos is therefore part of the actions under Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.

    Since 2005, all use of asbestos is banned in the EU. Nevertheless, given that over 220 million buildings were built before the ban, it is likely that a significant part of today’s building stock still contains asbestos. A considerable number of renovations and demolitions are expected over the coming years. As part of the European Green Deal, the Renovation Wave Strategy includes the aim to double the annual rate of energy renovations of buildings by 2030, which are responsible for more than one third of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.

    These renovations will improve health and living conditions for consumers, and reduce their energy bills. However, they will also increase the risks of exposure to asbestos while they are taking place, in particular for people employed in the construction sector.

    The Commission proposal for a revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive also underlines that Member States should support energy performance upgrades of existing buildings that contribute to achieving a healthy indoor environment, including through the removal of hazardous substances like asbestos.

    For all these reasons, the Commission’s Communication tackles asbestos in a comprehensive way, from health treatment and prevention to identification and safe removal of asbestos in buildings and waste treatment.

    3. High temperature resistance 1000°C

    4. Protective equipment

    5. Excellent soundproofing performance

    6. High strength

     

    Typical Applications of Calcium Silicate Board:

    Back-up insulation back up insulating lining in a wide variety of industries:

    Aluminum (anode baking furnace and electrolysis cells)

    Iron & steel (Smelting and heat treatment furnaces)

    Glass Industry (Smelting, forming and heat treatment furnaces)

    Ceramic Industry (Kiln cars, chamber and tunnel furnaces)

    Paper and Pulp Industry

    Cement Industry (heat exchangers and cyclone separators)

    Oil & Gas (Crackers, Reformers, Fired heaters)

    Insulation of floor, ceiling and rear wall of fireplaces

    Mantelpieces, or surrounds for fireplaces and stoves

    Rear wall fireplace or stove

    Chimney casings

    Industrial furnaces

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    1050oC HYDROPHOBIC NON-ASBESTOS CALCIUM SILICATE BOARD

    CSHT calcium silicate board, the main component of high temperature calcium silicate is Xonotlite (6CaO·6SiO2·H2O), which has higher temperature resistance than ordinary calcium silicate materials. Each xonotlite molecule contains only 1 crystal water, even if the temperature exceeds the limit, only a small amount of crystal water will be removed without causing serious damage to the system. Because of its excellent comprehensive properties, this material is widely used in field of high temperature and energy saving.

    CSHT calcium silicate boards are low density insulating board with excellent insulation value, high mechanical strength and good heat resistance. The boards are designed for maximum temperatures of 1050°C (1922°F) and are applicable as back up insulating lining in a wide variety of industries like Aluminum, Cement, Glass, Petrochemical & Chemical, furnaces, etc.

    Advantages of Calcium Silicate Board:

    1. Anti-corrosion

    Contains a special anti-corrosion agent, which can effectively avoid corrosion under the insulation layer (CUI), making calcium silicate become one of the most difficult insulation materials to corrode pipelines. It has Certified ASTM C692 and ASTM C871 tests and conforms to ASTM C795 standard.

    2. Durability

    CSHT type calcium silicate is a rigid thermal insulation material with high strength and micropore structure (Compressive strength ≥1800 KPa) which will effectively prevent damage from bumps and tramples.

    3. High temperature resistance

    Due to the temperature resistance which is up to 1000°C, it can be used in high tempera-ture scenes.

    4. Use Life

    Under the conditions of correct installation, use and maintenance as required, CSHT calcium silicate has superior physical strength and temperature resistance which will last for at least 35 years.

     

    Property of Calcium Silicate Board:

    1. Class A1 non-combustible

     Class A1 and A1L products will not contribute in any stage of the fire including the fully developed fire. For that reason they are assumed to be capable of satisfying automatically all requirements of all lower classes.

    2. Asbestos free

    What is asbestos and why do we need to be protected from it?

    Asbestos is a highly dangerous substance which can cause cancer and other illnesses. Environmental and occupational exposure to asbestos is known to contribute to the high burden of cancer, causing many avoidable deaths. 78% of cancers recognised as occupational cancer in the EU are related to asbestos. In 2019 alone, more than 70,000 workers died from past exposure to asbestos in the EU. The average time between initial asbestos exposure and the first signs of disease is about 30 years. Addressing the health risks stemming from exposure to asbestos is therefore part of the actions under Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.

    Since 2005, all use of asbestos is banned in the EU. Nevertheless, given that over 220 million buildings were built before the ban, it is likely that a significant part of today’s building stock still contains asbestos. A considerable number of renovations and demolitions are expected over the coming years. As part of the European Green Deal, the Renovation Wave Strategy includes the aim to double the annual rate of energy renovations of buildings by 2030, which are responsible for more than one third of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions.

    These renovations will improve health and living conditions for consumers, and reduce their energy bills. However, they will also increase the risks of exposure to asbestos while they are taking place, in particular for people employed in the construction sector.

    The Commission proposal for a revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive also underlines that Member States should support energy performance upgrades of existing buildings that contribute to achieving a healthy indoor environment, including through the removal of hazardous substances like asbestos.

    For all these reasons, the Commission’s Communication tackles asbestos in a comprehensive way, from health treatment and prevention to identification and safe removal of asbestos in buildings and waste treatment.

    3. High temperature resistance 1000°C

    4. Protective equipment

    5. Excellent soundproofing performance

    6. High strength

     

    Typical Applications of Calcium Silicate Board:

    Back-up insulation back up insulating lining in a wide variety of industries:

    Aluminum (anode baking furnace and electrolysis cells)

    Iron & steel (Smelting and heat treatment furnaces)

    Glass Industry (Smelting, forming and heat treatment furnaces)

    Ceramic Industry (Kiln cars, chamber and tunnel furnaces)

    Paper and Pulp Industry

    Cement Industry (heat exchangers and cyclone separators)

    Oil & Gas (Crackers, Reformers, Fired heaters)

    Insulation of floor, ceiling and rear wall of fireplaces

    Mantelpieces, or surrounds for fireplaces and stoves

    Rear wall fireplace or stove

    Chimney casings

    Industrial furnaces

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    OSYMEN Unit CSHT-225 CSHT-245 CSHT-260 CSHT-375
    Maximum service temperature °C 1000 1050 1100 1100
    °F 1832 1922 2012 2012
    Bulk density kg/m³ 225 245 260 375
    lb/ft³ 14 15 16 23
    Compressive strength 
        at 5% deformation Mpa 0.8 1 1.2 1.7
    lb/in² 116 145 174 246
        at ultimate load
    Mpa 2.6 2.7 2.7  
    lb/in² 377 391 391  
    Modulus of rupture
        at 5% deformation Mpa 0.45 0.5 0.55 0.8
    lb/in² 65 72 80 116
        at ultimate load Mpa 1.9 1.3 1.3  
    lb/in² 275 188 188  
    Linear reheat shrinkage after 12 hours 
        at 1,050°C (1,922°F) % 1 1.5 1.5 2
    Reversible Linear Thermal Expansion
        at 2000°F (1093°C) % 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.06
    Thermal conductivity
            200°C W/(m.K) 0.085 0.095 0.097 0.12
            400°C W/(m.K) 0.100 0.108 0.109 0.15
            600°C W/(m.K) 0.152 0.156 0.157 0.16
            800°C W/(m.K) 0.214 0.216 0.218 0.19
            392°F BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in) 0.590 0.659 0.673 0.83
            752°F BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in) 0.694 0.749 0.756 1.04
            1112°F BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in) 1.055 1.082 1.089 1.11
            1472°F BTU/(ft²×h×°F/in) 1.485 1.499 1.513 1.32
    Chemical analysis
            SiO2 % 47 47 47 52
            Al2O % 0.4 0.4 0.4 1.2
            Fe2O3 % 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
            MgO % 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7
            CaO % 40 40 40 35
            Na2O % 0.1      

     

    Dimension and specifications

    Type

    Length (mm)

    Width (mm)

    Thickness (mm)

    Board

    ≤ 1220

    ≤1220

    25~100

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