High Alumina Bricks
High Alumina Bricks

High Alumina Bricks

Posted by : Mr. Kapil Vashisht
Last updated on : May 30,2017
Product added on : May 29,2017
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Product Description
To fit the needs of our patrons, we are engaged in manufacturing and supplying a wide range of High Alumina Bricks from Faridabad, Haryana, India. These Bricks are widely demanded in mining, metallurgy, cement, chemical, construction, automobile and various other industries. The offered bricks are especially used to manufacture furnaces to extend their life. With the implication of sophisticated methods, these bricks are manufactured using bauxite chamotte at 1450-1470 deg. C under the stern observation of skilled professionals. Admired for an exceptional capability to withstand high temperatures, we provide these bricks to the clients in a variety of sizes and shapes.

Key points:
Resistant to heat, wear and abrasion
Offer low porosity and high refractoriness
Low iron content
Lightweight and excellent strength
About the Supplier

Established in 2004, HARI OM REFRACTORIES has been a leading name in offering top notch Bricks. Located in Faridabad, Haryana, we offer the best quality High Alumina Bricks to our customers at best prices in the industry.

  • Nature of Business
    Service Provider / Manufacturer / Wholesaler/Distributor / Supplier / Trading Company
  • Number of Employees
  • Year of Establishment
  • Annual Turnover
    Rs 1 Crores
  • Working Days
    Monday - Sunday
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Contact Details
Plot No. 2, Samaypur Road, Rajeev Colony, Near Sector-58,
Faridabad, Haryana, 121004, India
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