Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 48, No. 6, 2007 EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF PRODUCTS OF THE “CERALIT” JSC IN BLAST-FURNACE PRODUCTION M. A. Surin Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 12, pp. 68 – 71, December, 2007. The “Ceralit” Company is a leading Russian enterprise refractories of various compositions and purposes. For exam- that supplies high-quality refractory products for the ferrous ple, today the “Ceralit” Company produces a wide spectrum and nonferrous industries, cement and glass industries, machine of unshaped refractory products including 20 grades of dense building, and many other branches of industry. The produc- refractory concretes bearing from 45 to 96% Al O with low, 2 3 tion base of the company is situated in the Moscow Region ultralow, and medium contents of cement, about 5 grades of and possesses high-efficiency automated lines for fabricating gunning mixtures for hot repair by the method of semidry unshaped refractory materials equipped with facilities of ac- gunning, etc. knowledged European producers. The production base in- Output for blast-furnace production. In the last 5 – 10 cludes four lines, i.e., a line for making dry mixtures (refrac- years metallurgical enterprises of Russia and of other CIS tory concretes, gunning mixtures, mortars,
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