The production process is divided into:

·         Mold manufacturing and assembly department

·         Forming department with automated system

·         Furnace department for heating treatment up to 1750 °C

·         Mechanical processing department for grinding and finishing oparations

·         Construction and assembly workshop for composite structures

·         Workshop for molds maintenance

·         Quality control, research and development tech lab


·         Heating furnace burners (form single refractory cones to turnkey products)

·         Un-cooled refractory suspended walls for heating furnaces

·         Shaped modular lining blocks for heating furnace walls and roof

·         WET roller for direct lamination furnaces

·         EAF/EBT Monolithic Roof

·         Casting steel/glass channels for EAF

·         Shaped blocks for forge shuttle furnace

·         Full linings for glass feeders

·         Insulating linings for glass tanks

·         Modular linings for cement kiln burner nozzles

Benefits from the use of precast refractory shapes

·         Lower installation and maintenance/repair costs compared to other refractory applications

·         Longer durability

·         Great flexibility of use and less installation time compared to the traditional refractory bricks

·         Compared to in situ installed monolithics, the precast shapes:

-     present greater reliability and better performance; this is guaranteed by the manufacture in a controlled environment

-     no dry-out/bake-out, consequently no shrinkage or spalling due to the formation of steam

-     no special equipment is required for the installation, such as mixers or gunning systems

-     can be stored outdoor (no expiration date)

·      Minimum time for the replacement of the damaged parts or for maintenance/fixing, with consequent reduction of downtimes

·      Possibility to make stock of shaped blocks for replacement by the customer