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Delta Refractories Named Unifrax Distributor (posted 8/3/09)

August 3, 2009
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Established in 1971, Delta Refractories is a manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of refractory maintenance materials.

Unifrax I LLC has named Delta Refractories, Inc. a distributor for the Unifrax family of industrial insulation products. Established in 1971, Delta Refractories, located in Katy, Texas, is a manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of refractory maintenance materials.

For over 30 years, Delta Refractories has combined its furnace design expertise with the in-house manufacture of ceramic fiber modules to provide energy-efficient lining solutions to the industrial market. This new partnership couples the knowledge, expertise and commitment of Delta Refractories with Unifrax product offerings to provide high-quality solutions for thermal processing applications.

“We at Delta Refractories, Inc. are very excited about our new alliance with Unifrax,” said Rick Walla, president. “Delta is committed to long-term, trusting relationships with our suppliers and customers. With Unifrax, we have a perfect match in a supply partner, one that shares our business philosophy and commitment to the customer.”

According to Dave Brooks, president and CEO of Unifrax, “Unifrax is extremely pleased to begin this distribution relationship with Delta Refractories. They have the perfect complement of design expertise, value-added services, and supply capabilities that high-temperature material customers demand. Together with our firm's products and services, this will provide Gulf Coast customers a winning combination.”

For additional information, e-mail info@unifrax.com or visit www.unifrax.com. Delta Refractories’ website is located at www.deltarefractories.com.


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