High Temperature Refactory Cement is a product to be used where better insulation efficiency is required and a smooth finish is not essential.
It is made from nodules of rock wool and colloidal clays. When mixed with water to a trowelable consistency, the rock wool nodules retain their physical structure
and the dead air cells confined in them provide maximum insulating efficiency and light weight.
This cement is easy to apply over metal surfaces. With its corrosion inhibitor, it prevents rust from forming at the bonding surface between
the metal and the cement.
Effective to 1900°F (1040°C), our cement, containing no asbestos, is easily applied over large or small irregular surfaces not suited to blocks,
blankets or rigid insulation, and provides a monolithic coat of insulation without cracks or joints.
High Temperature Refactory Cement is available in 50 pound plastic buckets. This format makes it ideal for both new construction and for maintenance work.