Monolithics & castable


(High Strength & Abrasion Resistant Low / Ultra Low
Cement Castables)

The range of Low Cement / Ultra Low Cement Castables are
ideal for applications requiring superior erosion resistance and
volume stability.

These are available with high density, lower porosity and
higher crushing strengths at all temperatures.



(High Strength & Abrasion Resistant Self Flow Castables)

PACFLOW are self flowing castables which can be applied by
pouring or pumping to fill moulds or form work without

They have low porosity, higher service temperatures & improved thermal shock resistance.

Ideal for quick installation in complicated locations as the material flows without the help of vibrations.


(High / Medium Purity Dense Castables) 

A wide range of dense castables in high & medium purity
varieties. These are used in various applications
by different industries.
 Hydraulically bonded castables for high temperatures.
 Based on alumino silicates, corundum & sintered aggregates.
 Good impact strength. Minimum shrinkage.
High Resistance to abrasion. Excellent volume stability.
 High purity Tabular Alumina Castables for stringent operating
conditions in Fertilizer, Refineries, Petrochemical industries.
 These are ready to install refractories which develop superior
strengths on exposure to heat and under operating conditions.



(Plastic & Ramming Masses)

Refractory Plastics & Ramming Masses are monolithic
refractories, which develop good structural strength upon
exposure to heat.

 Plastics are of semi-stiff consistency and are installed
primarily by pneumatic ramming.
 Ramming mixes are similar to plastics but contain less
moisture, have less plasticity and can be placed by ramming
or tamping.


(Low & Medium Iron Insulating Castables)

A wide range of insulating castables in high & medium purity
 Minimum shrinkage and excellent volume stability.
 Low Thermal Conductivity ensures minimum heat loss with
significant fuel savings.
 Hydraulically setting, ready to install, these castables develop
superior strengths at operating temperatures.