They can easily match with all refractor surfaces. They are used in refractor repairs thanks to their quick sticking and easy application with the trowel.
- Hymor® HH
A heat setting, ceramic bonded mortar which is resistant to the metal and iron penetration. It is being prepared by mixing with water.
- Hymor® Zr
Zircon based heat setting material. It can be applied by a brush or trowel. It prevents slag adhesion and is resistant to thermal shocks and acidic erosion.
- Hymor® TS
Formulated for trowelling or gunning purposes a general purpose repair material. Easily sticking to each of surfaces and an easy type to handle material.
- Hymor® SI
Already to use material, designed for coke oven doors but could be used also in ladles soaking pits etc.
- Hymor® Coil
It contents 15 % Alumina. Trowelling material designed for induction furnaces coils. Could be used after mixing with water.
- Hymor® Coil 2
It contents 90 % Alumina. Trowelling material designed for induction furnaces coils. Could be used after mixing with water.
- Hymor® Corund
Very pure high alumina material, applicated by brush coating, trowelling or spray. Could be for repair of high alumina refractories especially for coating or patching cracks in channel induction furnaces.
- Hymor® 50
50 Alumina having bonding properties air setting type. Ready to use material for trowelling and repair purposes.
- Hymor® 60
60 Alumina, air setting type ready to use material for trowelling and repair purpose.
- Hymor® 85
80 Alumina having good bonding groper ties air setting type. Ready to use material for trowelling and repair purposes.
- Hymor® 95
Air setting, ready to use material. It can be safely used up to 1760°C. Usage areas; hot metal cars, ladles, soaking pits, electric arc furnaces, ceramic kilns.
- Hymor® 95 Cr
This is phosphate bonded, air setting ready to use wet refractory mortar which is made of tabular alumina and green chromium oxide. This special wet green refractory mortar is use between the nozzles and the slide gates of ladles and between the tundish well blocks and the zircon nozzles.