CHEMICAL RESISTANT HEAVY DUTY TILES PROPERTIES

  • Khodiyar chemical resistant heavy duty tiles properties comply with ASTM C-279, IS 4457 standards.
  • It also complies with DIN EN 993-16 and IS 4457(2007) where minimum water absorption and maximum acid resistance is required.

Physical and Chemical Resistant heavy duty Tiles Properties Requirement, ASTM C-279

DesignationModulus of Rupture

(Brick or Tile Flatwise)min, PSI

(MPa)

Average of 5 Brick or Tile

Water Absorption Maximum %, by

2 Hr Boiling Test

Average of 5 Brick or Tile

H2SO4 Solubility

Maximum %

Weight Loss

Average of 5 Brick or Tile

LowIndividualHighIndividual
Type I1250 (8.6)1000 (6.9)6.07.020
Type II1250 (8.6)1000 (6.9)4.05.012
Type III1250 (8.6)1000 (6.9)1.01.58

Physical and Chemical Resistant heavy duty Tiles Properties, as per IS 4457 (2007)

DesignationWater Absorption

Maximum %,

Breaking Strength ,

N

Minimum

Modulus of Rupture,

N/mm2

Minimum

H2SO4 Solubility

Maximum %

Weight Loss

Resistant to Wear,

Maximum

AverageIndividualAverageIndividual
Class I0.50.6130035321.5175
·         Modulus Of Rupture not required to tiles with Breaking Strength > 3000 N.

Typical Khodiyar Chemical Resistant heavy duty Tiles Properties:

CharacteristicFireclayRed ShaleTest Standard
Bulk Density, lbs/ft32.25   to 2.302.30   to 2.35ASTM C-20
Water Absorption, %0.1   to 0.50.1   to 0.5ASTM C-20
Acid Solubility (H2SO4), Loss in Mass,%6.1   to 6.87.1   to 7.8ASTM C-279
Modulus of Rupture, MPa35   to 3735   to 39IS 4457-2007
Abrasion Resistant , Volume in mm371   to 8969   to 95IS 4457-2007
Surface Hardness, MOHS Scale77
Thermal Conductivity, BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F6.94   to 7.127.1   to 8.9ASTM C-236
Thermal Expansion Coefficient,in/in/°Fx10-62.6   to 2.83.1   to 4.6EN 103

*Although we have no reason to doubt the accuracy of the data presented, Khodiyar ceramics (I) Pvt Ltd.. offers this information for comparison only, and disclaims any and all liability from error, omissions or inaccuracies, such that it does not constitute a warranty or representation for which we shall assume legal responsibility.

 

 References:

  • Corrosion and Chemically Resistant Masonry Materials handbook by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., P.E.B. Chem., M.S.C.C.R.M., Inc. 1988
  • CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute. ( A unit of council of scientific and Industrial research)
  • Aglow Quality Control Laboratory Pvt Ltd. ( NABL Accredited Laboratory )

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