Economically efficient variant modes of manufacture of clay-phosphate binder are studied and the properties of the suspensions obtained are determined. From the point of view of the rheological properties of the system, the method of high-concentration ceramic binder suspensions is the optimal method of production. The properties of binders that have been obtained by means of boiling are virtually independent of preliminary mechanical activation of the clay. Samples of refractory substances manufactured based on clay-phosphate binder are distinguished by high mechanical strength and high thermal stability and do not soften with increasing heat treatment temperature right up to the service temperatures, which makes it possible to manufacture unfired compression-molded brickwork and high-alumina articles for use at high temperatures.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 3, 2010
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