A study is made of the reasons for the short service life of elements of the lining of Kivcet furnaces, including the roof and the bottom. Combination-type designs are developed for the lining and the most durable refractory products are determined with allowance for the chemical compositions of the slag and the matte. Results obtained at the Irtysh Polymetallurgical Combine were used to test and introduce an arched roof made of a periclase-chromite refractory instead of dinas and a bottom made of a periclase-chromite refractory that is fused rather than sintered. These measures lengthened the life of the lining by a factor of 2.5, increasing it from 10 months to 26 months. Successful tests of a thrust-suspension roof on a Kivcet furnace at the Ust-Kamenogrosk Lead-Zinc Combine have shown the expediency of this design compared to arched roofs. The length of the period between repairs was increased to 17 months.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 12, 2014
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