Insulating & Finishing Cement
In addition to providing a pleasing, smooth surface appearance, BNZ cements fill voids and seal against heat losses. These strongly adhering insulations offer a hard surface which can be painted or weather-proofed if service temperatures are appropriate.
Insulating & Finishing Cement Plant Location
191 Front Street
Zelienople, PA 16063
Phone: 724-452-8650 or 800-955-8650
Cements can be utilized for:
Insulating and Sealing.
For kiln and furnace refractory crowns and domes, and flat suspended arches. Insulation of small steel pipe fittings.
For warped steel furnace shells prior to installing refractories. Finish coat over block insulation.
For damaged block and pipe insulation.
For areas in refractory backup insulation where other types of insulation would be difficult to apply.
Mix with water and apply with trowel or shovel.
Ideal for plant maintenance inventory to reduce number of items used for small jobs.
Reduce Construction Costs.
Eliminate field cutting of block insulations for insulating irregular areas.
An 1800°F service product, utilized in the refractory applications requiring a combination of insulating value and high temperature performance.
460 Insulating Cement.
A 1600°F product, provided in higher density than 508 Insulating Cement. 460 Cement can be applied in heavy layers. It is frequently used as the principal covering on pipe sizes smaller than 4″, then covered with a finish of 375 Finishing Cement.
375 Finishing Cement.
A one coat finish which hardens to a smooth, crack-free surface in a few hours. This surface may then be painted with a water-base paint. Recommended for insulating small steel pipe fittings and as a finish over nonabsorptive insulating surfaces or under very slowdrying conditions. Service temperature limit is 1400°F.
375-L Insulating Cement.
Used specifically in the aluminum industry as a filler material and trough liner, 375-L Insulating Cement is a 1500°F product