Mulcoa

Mulcoa is a high mullite chamotte produced by calcining low alkali clays for consistant quality and chemistry.

Mulcoa product uses

Refractory

Mulcoa is utilised in the manufacture of high quality fired and monolithic refractory products.

Mulcoa properties

Chemical properties

  Mulcoa 45 Mulcoa 60 Mulcoa 70
Al2O3 (%) 46.8 58.6 68.9
SiO2 (%) 50.0 37.8 26.7
TiO2 (%) 1.89 2.21 2.82
Fe2O3 (%) 0.95 1.13 1.22

Mulcoa grades

Mulcoa is available in the following grades as standard:

5-8mm (-8+5mm)
3-5mm (-5+3mm)
1-3mm (-3+1mm)
0-5mm (-1mm)
0-250μm (-60#)
0-150μm (-100#)
0-15μm (-200#)

Other grades are available on request.

Mulcoa packaging

Our refractory materials are available in 25kg paper sacks, 1000kg bulk bags or as bulk as standard.

Mulcoa origins

Mulcoa is the registered trade name for alumina silica calcines made in Georgia, USA.

Mulcoa toxicology

Mulcoa is a non-toxic, non-hazardous stable mineral. You can download the Material Safety Data Sheet in the section on the right hand side for further information.

Please contact us for datasheets on a single grade or further information on our Mulcoa product range. You can find our sales contact by choosing your country in the upper right expert box of this page.

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