The NPF Alineka company has developed refractory construction concretes BRSB20I11 based on water glass and concretes BRAB50I13 and BRAB50I15 with the traditional content of aluminate cement, which have a high class of thermal resistance (T140–T180) and the maximum application temperature of 1100–1500°C, as well as heat-insulating lightweight plates of size 300 × 200 × 80 mm and density 400 kg/m3, with a maximum application temperature of 1150°C. These materials can be used as lining of tunnel furnace cars for firing wall ceramics, as well as porcelain and faience products. The experience in repairing a furnace car is described.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 13, 2007
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