A clinker-less binder that is based on refractory waste products and includes silica, alumina, calcium oxide, and calcium sulfate is obtained. The addition of sulfates to the composition, based on filter cakes and grinding powder, increases the reactivity of the powder’s aluminate component and helps form hydrate compounds. The chemical relationship between the components of the complex binder is explained and the effects of each ingredient and the heat-treatment temperature on the properties of the silicate stone are individually examined.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 6, 2016
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