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SIZE LADLE LINER DRAWING # TYPE VOLUME (CUBIC INCH)
3000 LB LADLE LINER 34408 TEAPOT 12,365
34" LADLE LINER 4896-1 TEAPOT 26,454
8000 LB LADLE LINER 4875-3 TEAPOT 63,805
44" LADLE LINER 4881-10 TEAPOT 42,936
45" LADLE LINER 4368-8 TEAPOT 70,368
55" LADLE LINER 4578-9 TEAPOT 112,946
86" LADLE LINER 4627-6 TEAPOT 233,069
5400 LB LADLE LINER 19400 TEAPOT LADLE LINER TEAPOT 19,480
6000 LB LADLE LINER 8000# CUT DOWN 4875-3 TEAPOT 40,869
24" LADLE LINER 24748 BOTTOM POUR 34,949
36" LADLE LINER 23411-3 BOTTOM POUR 34,949
48" LADLE LINER (43" ARTICULATED) 3897-11 BOTTOM POUR 57,998
43" LADLE LINER 23371 BOTTOM POUR 45,050
58" LADLE LINER 4819-4 BOTTOM POUR 69,554
20 TON ARTICULATED 3854-5 BOTTOM POUR 158,263
5 TON ARTICULATED 3852-3 BOTTMO POUR 41,622

Ladle Liners


Exochem Cold Ladle Liner systems are a dense insulating fiber formulation made for low and high alloys and Manganese Steel. Standard Formulations are available in SiO2, AL2O3, MgO. All of Exochem's Cold Ladle Liner Systems can be made to fit bottom pour, lip pour, teapot and handle ladles. Sizes range from 400 lbs to 20 tons.

Applications

Newly lined ladles with Exochem Cold Lining Systems can be ready for use within 45 minutes and lip our ladle within 10 minutes after its last pour. This can result in a reduction of ladle shells needed to operate your melting department.

Conventional bottom pour ladle practices of cooling, deskulling, patching and preheating can take several hours. Exochem has eliminated all these operations with the Exochem Cold Ladle Lining Systems. Lower tapping temperatures may be possible, which means shorter melting times and thus increased melting capacity.

More molds can be poured from a single heat because the rate of metal cooling in the ladle is reduced by efficient insulation.

Refractory and slag inclusions are also reduced due to the use of the cold ladle lining system with each heat. Predictable and more consistent pouring temperatures through the pouring period helps to avoid high temperatures at the beginning of the heat, thus reducing shrinkage and low temperatures at the end of the heat.

Features

  • No ladle preheat
  • Easy installation
  • Single and multiple pour liners for special applications
  • Custom formulations for low and high alloys and maganese steel
  • Sizes available from 400 lbs to 20 tons

Benefits

  • Reduced refactory and slag inclusions
  • Reduced ladle turn around time
  • More consistent pour temperatures
  • Lower tap temperatures
  • Reductions in operational, material and labor costs

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