Results of a laboratory study on the development of a production process for high-strength dinas green stock with the use of a new hardening additive, namely, a formate-alcohol plasticizing agent, are presented. It is shown that the plasticizer can be introduced directly into an lime-iron mixture without worsening its rheological characteristics, which will make it possible to introduce the hardening additive into a quartzite mixture with slip together with calcium and iron-bearing mineralizers. It is established that the use of the plasticizer provides high compressive strength and resistance to cutting of the edges of freshly molded green stock and dried semifinished products in combination with good physicoceramic properties of specimens in conformity with the standards in force for dinas products.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 22, 2007
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