Founded in 1958, the company mainly produces ceramics.
In October 1994, the first staff dormitory was officially put into use.
60th anniversary - half century of history and culture.
On December 31, 1999, the company was officially transformed from Badou Refractory Factory to Zibo Badou Refractory Co., Ltd. with a registered
capital of 5.88 million yuan.
In 2007, the company's first fused zirconium corundum brick production line was officially put into production, and the company's development has
diversified since then.
In 2010, the company's first semi-automatic press was successfully reformed, and it took the first step toward the transformation of automation.
In October 2011, the second fused zirconia corundum brick production line was officially put into operation.
In July 2014, Chen Yanming, the general manager of the company, was elected as the secretary of the new party branch.
In December 2014, the company's registered capital increased from 5.88 million to 11 million yuan.
In 2018, Shandong Banai Kiln Industry Co., Ltd. was established. The company's legal person is Chen Yanming, with a registered capital of 6 million yuan.
In 1970, the company began producing refractory-clay bricks.
In August 2001, the first energy-saving tunnel kiln built by the company with self-financing was put into operation formally, and its productivity and
economic benefits have reached a high level.
In 1976, the company began to specialize in the production of silicon refractories.
In 1976, the company's first 120-cubic-meter downdraft kiln was officially put into operation, which opened a new chapter in the firing of silica bricks.
At the largest scale, there were 11 inverted kiln.
In 2003, the second tunnel kiln and the second molding workshop were operated simultaneously, and the output and benefit were up to the standard,
which indicates that the company has gradually become large-scale.
In September 2003, the company was granted the right to import and export.
In 1988, Comrade Chen Weiguo was appointed as the director of the Eight Steep Refractory Plant.
In 1983, the company changed its name to the eight steep refractory plant.
In May 2009, the company's coal-fired tunnel kiln was successfully converted to natural gas, completely solving the problem of soot pollution.