Using a newly developed binding system, a new generation of periclase-carbon refractories bonded with a carbonaceous binder with a low emission of hazardous volatiles is proposed. The new binding system gives a high coking yield in carbon, which provides favorable conditions for very strong carbon-based cross-linking. Another advantage of the new system is high resistance to oxidation and thermal stress. The newly developed products have been successfully marketed under a trade mark ANKERSYN. ANKERSYN components were tested, with good results, on a 270-ton oxygen converter (BOF) at the Sollac Atlantique Co. (France). ANKERSYN makes it possible to manufacture products with superior performance characteristics, in conformance with the ever-demanding requirements placed on the production technology and environmental protection.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 12, 2006
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