1. Acid lining
Acid furnace lining mainly consists of quartz sand, which is inexpensive, widely distributed, has good insulation, low construction requirements, fewer defects during use, and relatively stable production. However, due to its low fire resistance, quartz sand cannot meet the requirements for casting large intermediate frequency furnaces. In addition, during the heating process, there are secondary phase changes, poor standard stability, and chemical stability, which are not ideal. They simply react with the slag to form corrosion. In order to prevent these defects, fused quartz can be selected, which has a high content and a silicon dioxide content greater than 99%. Its fire resistance is significantly advanced, close to the melting point, and there is no secondary phase change during heating, no changes in heating standards, and greatly improved thermal shock stability.