1. Induction Coil Coating: A hard, strong, 93% alumina putty for protecting coils. Use it between coils and as a thin cover to prevent molten metal contact.
2. Kerasic: A hard strong, abrasion resistant material for inside the coils. Make it into a sleeve or skid rails.
3. Hollocast 1: An inexpensive, pleasure to install, quick setting insulation material. Use it as a support outside of the coils to keep them straight and in line. Easy to break out without destroying the coils.
4. Glyptal: A red insulating paint to prevent electrical shorting between coils.
5.Electrical Paint: A higher temperature resistant alternative to Glyptal. Use on slings. Dip the sling into the paint, switch it on for a few seconds and remove it. Switch on for another 10 seconds to dry and harden it.
6. Kerinduct 2: A dry spiking lining of spinel forming composition. Expands on sintering to make a tight lining. Use as a working lining in coreless induction furnaces for melting stainless steel and high temperature alloys.
7. Chloresist: A solid, almost impervious castable lining for channel induction furnaces. Use for zinc especially.
8. Mica sheet: Use for a slip plane between Kerinduct 2 and the Induction Coil Coating.
9. Asbestos Board: A durable, heat resistant board for the end plates of induction coils and the tops of coreless induction furnaces. stock boards 1m x 1m x 20mm.
10. Capping: A very fast setting material to give a decent hard capping against which a "gwala " can be levered. It requires no heat to set.
11. Kerapatch: An excellent hot patching material.
12. Slag Coagulant: To thicken the slag and enable its removal.
13. Keratherm: An insulation cover which spreads nicely. Carbon free.
14. Keraplas Ramming: An excellent ramming material with green chromic oxide.