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Refractory Mortar for Crematoriums - Heat Cast 40

$147.55
SKU RMCHS-40

Crematoriums and incinerators require high-heat castable mortar solutions, and Heat Cast 40 is the perfect refractory cement product for these environments. As a castable product, it can be used instead of firebrick or unique spaces requiring a bit more customization. 

This product is offered in a 40 lb. bag of dry mix, with a coverage rate of 20 lbs/1 square foot at 2 inches thick. A full bag of Heat Cast 40 will cover 2 square feet at 2 inches thick.  Application is not recommended for thinner than 1.5" thick to maintain the integrity of the cast. This product is typically mixed poured and troweled into the desired area. 

Heatcast 40 is rated up to 2,000*F.
Crematoriums frequently get up to 1,600-1,800 degrees F. 

For estimating purposes, approximately 20 lbs. will cover one square ft., two inches thick.

This product meets the ASTM C-401 Class B standard and is non-water soluble while in service. As a castable refractory product, it handles exceptionally high temperatures of over 2,000 degrees.

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Heat Cast 40 lb. bags are sold individually. A full pallet contains 64 bags.

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  • Made in the USA 

CASTABLE REFRACTORY HEATCAST 40

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Note by default all Heat Cast orders ship from our centrally located Ohio warehouse where a full stock of Refractory Mortar and Castable products are maintained.

Most orders ship out 1-2 business days following the order depending on stock levels. Delivery times shown on the shipping map are typical, though not guaranteed.  

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Hot do Crematorium Ovens Get?

Crematoriums use extremely high temperatures to cremate human remains. The temperature inside the cremation chamber, also known as the retort, typically ranges from 1400 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit (760 to 980 degrees Celsius). This high heat is necessary to reduce the body to its basic elements, which are then known as cremated remains or ashes.

Once Heat Stop has been Installed, how long do I need to wait before applying heat? 

It's best to wait one day after the masonry is installed in a chimney or fireplace for a firebrick or clay flue lining before applying heat.

What is the ideal thickness for joints when using Heat Cast Refractory Castable Cement?

Heat Cast 40 is designed for casting shapes or is used anywhere instead of firebrick. It can also be used as a hearth in a heat chamber (e.g., bake ovens, fire pits, fire boxes). You will need 20 lbs. per square foot when applied 2” thick. There is 40 lb.in each bag. It is recommended to not cast thinner than 1.5 inches thick.

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