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3 Steps to Protect Your Business

Posted on: March 7th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

According to industry insiders, corrosion categories from C3 to C5 are the most severe. A high temperature anchor can help you avoid corrosion issues and protect your business. Find out more about the many benefits of using a high temperature anchor to avoid corrosion by reading below. 1. Always Use Quality Products Trying out a… Read More »

3 Ways Refractory Anchors Can Protect Your Equipment

Posted on: March 7th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

When it comes to machines that utilize extreme levels of heat to function, such as reactors in a power plant, the materials used to build that machine need to remain stable when containing massive levels of heat. Many of these machines and vessels that store these large amounts of heat are made from concrete or… Read More »

Refractory Anchor 101: The Basics

Posted on: March 6th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

Monolithic refractory anchors help heavily in refractory lining and construction. These anchors can vary between these different jobs. For example, according to What Is Piping, refractory lining can range between 80mm and 300mm, showing a need for various thickness supports. What are monolithic refractory anchors? Let’s take a look at these anchors and the ways… Read More »

3 Benefits of Investing in Your Refractory Equipment

Posted on: February 9th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

Refractory anchors are some of the most important components of any manufacturing process. These anchors fasten materials inside a furnace, holding them in place while the temperature rises. The manufacturing process is incredibly strenuous on your materials, and you cannot afford to have any of your equipment break down. Keep reading this blog to learn… Read More »

2 Reasons to Go With The Pros When it Comes to Refractory Materials

Posted on: February 7th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

If you work in the chemical, cement, or power industry, it’s highly likely that you often need to invest in refractory materials for your business. That’s why it’s essential that you opt for high-quality materials made by industry-standard professionals. Keep reading to learn more about why you should always choose to order your business materials… Read More »

Here’s Why Refractory Anchors Are The Foundation of Business

Posted on: January 27th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

According to Industrial Heating, ceramic-fiber module designs started using many different anchoring methods in the 1970s. Some of the most vital materials used for anchoring are refractory anchors. Read on to learn more about why refractory anchors are essential for various industries. What Are Refractory Anchors? Refractory anchors are used for fastening or securing linings… Read More »

The Importance of Refractory Anchors

Posted on: January 19th, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

Refractory anchors are a high temperature anchor. They are vital because they are designed to affix refractory material to a refractory wall. Refractory anchors are made of materials that endure intense temperatures. Most of their purpose lies in their ability to prevent the wall from buckling due to high temperatures. When choosing a refractory anchor,… Read More »

Different Types of Refractory Anchors

Posted on: January 3rd, 2023 by ForgeSEO No Comments

Refractory anchors are critically important to doing high-heat work. They’ve gone to space on the Space Shuttle, used to secure the famous silicate tiles that protected the Shuttle from the incredible heat of reentry. Refractory anchors hold a refractory lining to the wall of an industrial application, keeping it from falling in and protecting your… Read More »

What Are Refractory Anchors?

Posted on: December 27th, 2022 by ForgeSEO No Comments

As a manufacturer, you may need to use refractory anchors to create a variety of products. If you’ve never worked with refractory anchors before, it’s important to have an idea of the key characteristics of these fasteners and how they can be used. Here’s a basic overview of what you should know about refractory anchors.… Read More »