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Chamotte is a refractory ceramic material used for lining stoves and furnaces. It has high percentage of silica and alumina. It is made by firing some kinds of fire clay. It tends to be porous and have low density. It is similar to grog.
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It is available as a powder, mortar, or in the form of fire bricks.
Categories: Silicates | Refractory materials
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