The defects of the existing methods for producing continuous lining for steel-casting ladles using sand-slinging units are demonstrated and a new solution of the problem is proposed. The proposed device is based on slinging briquettes using compressed air at a speed of 40–80 m/sec and frequency of 3–5 sec−1. The preliminary density of briquettes is 1.56–1.70 g/cm3; they are prepared on the same rotary briquette-slinging unit. The new unit has an original air-distributing control valve. Data are given on the application of a technogenic powder material in experimental studies.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 10, 2006
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