Fire clay brick plays a versatile role in the many industries.

Fire clay brick can be used in the metallurgical industry. Fire clay materials including shaped refractory materials and unshaped refractory materials acount for about 70% of the total refractory materials. Hard clay is used to produce refractory materials for theblast frunace, hot stove, ladle lining brick and plug brick.

High-alumina clay is used to produce alumina bricks for electric furnaces and blast furnaces, high aluminum lining brick and high alumina refractory mud. Hard clay and high alumina clay are often calcined into clinker at high temperature (1400 - 1800℃).

Refractory clay also has important roles in the grinding industry, chemical industry and ceramics industry. High-alumina clay can be made into abrasive materials by melting in an electric arc furnace. Fused corundum abrasive material is currently the most widely used an abrasive material. It acounts for 2/3 of the total abrasive materials.

High alumina clay can be used to produce a variety of aluminum compounds such as aluminum sulfate, aluminum hydroxide, aluminum chloride, aluminum potassium sulfate and other chemical products. In the ceramic industry, hard clay and semi-hard clay can be used to manufacture household porcelain, construction porcelain and industrial porcelain.

In the construction materials industry, refractory clay can be used to produce high alumina bricks, phosphate high alumina refractory bricks and high alumina fused cast bricks. High-alumina clay can be made into aluminum-containing cement by calcining and then mixing with limestone. This quick-setting cement has strogn heat and corrosion resistance.