Hot Metal Leakage in Metal Melting Furnace Part 3
Insulated epoxy glass fiber rods: the insulated epoxy glass fiber rod is connected between the loops of the induction coil. When the molten iron is discharged from the furnace, the insulated epoxy glass fiber rod supports the weight of the induction coil, furnace lining and molten iron of the entire metal melting furnace . Once it cannot support the weight it bears, the insulated epoxy glass fiber rod will bend, and the furnace lining will also become loose at this time. Cracks appear mainly at the joint between the bottom of the furnace wall and the bottom of the furnace. Furnace” phenomenon. Solution: Refractory bricks are used between each insulated epoxy glass fiber rod and the furnace shell, so that the furnace shell and the induction coil form a whole, thereby increasing the stability of the induction coil and increasing the number of furnace lining materials used.