Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 45, No. 4, 2004 HIGH-TEMPERATURE AND REFRACTORY HEAT-INSULATING MATERIALS DEVELOPED AT THE BOROVICHI REFRACTORY KOMBINAT JOINT-STOCK Co. 1 1 1 1 V. Ya. Sakulin, V. P. Migal’, A. P. Margishvili, and V. V. Skurikhin Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 4, pp. 107 – 113, April, 2004. Development of the national economy in Russia requires CENTER FOR TECHNOLOGY solution of a range of scientific and engineering problems AND PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT aimed at rational and effective use of all energy and material reserves. According to an economic and engineering analysis In December 2001, the research department at the Cen- carried out at the Teploproekt Research Institute (Moscow), tral Industrial Laboratory was raised to the status of an inde- in Europe the production of a $1-worth product unit requires pendent body at the BRK JSC — Center for Technology and 0.5 kg of equivalent fuel, in the U.S. 0.8 kg, and in Russia Production Development (CTPD). The institution of CTPD 1.4 kg . Production and rational use of effective high-tem - was dictated by the need to expand and update the range of perature heat-insulating materials (HTIM) makes it possible commercial products — a policy pursued by
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