The paper sums up a study that had as its objective to develop MgO−Al2O3−Cr2O3 refractories of increased corrosion resistance for harsh service conditions. The refractories thus developed, designated PShKhM-1 and PShKhM-2, have better high-temperature strength and abrasion resistance than PKhS refractories manufactured commercially. The experimental refractories will enhance the durability of furnace and converter linings, extend their campaigns, step up their productivity, and reduce consumption of refractories and repair costs.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 27, 2007
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