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For masonry constructions and flooring that are vulnerable to acid attack, lining chambers and towers in chemical plants, lining sewers conveying industrial effluents, and to avoid surface deterioration by acids other than hydrofluoric and perchloric acids, acid resistant bricks are employed.

Bricks that are acid resistant are created by vitrifying raw materials, such as clay with a proper composition that contains little lime and iron, feldspar, flint, or sand, at high temperatures in ceramic kilns.

Chemically resistant mortars are typically used to install acid resistant bricks. They come in a variety of sizes and forms and are bedded and joined with cement that is acid proof. The cements employed are dependent on temperature and chemical conditions up to their prescribed limits.



Fully vitrified tiles that are made from a special non-ferrous clay and processed at extremely high temperatures to fuse the raw materials into a compact mass with an extremely low water absorption of less than 0.5% result in the formation of a very strong body with a flexural strength of 38 N/mm2, solid through colour fade proof, and have a very hard surface that meets the Mohs hardness standard.

The thicknesses and sizes of the acid-resistant tiles range from 8 to 25 mm.

Acid-resistant tiles must adhere to the strict requirements of IS 4457:2007 and any applicable ASTM/DIN standards to provide superior performance in acid, alkali, and chemical environments (expect Hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives).

Our acid-resistant tiles have high visual appeal, superior abrasion resistance, and anti-skid features for worker safety.

Additionally, we offer unique corner, drain, and coving tiles to lessen the likelihood of an acid attack through construction joints. The sizes 200x100, 200x200, and 300x300 millimetres are our standard sizes.