Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 50, No. 1, 2009 INFORMATION OAO KRASNOGOROVKA REFRACTORY PLANT INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY E. V. Zheleznyak Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 12, pp. 53 – 57, December 2008. The Krasnogorovka Refractory Plant is one of the lead- composition of the starting mix was modified; a new test-in- ing enterprises of the refractory industry with more than dustrial batch was prepared taking account of the require- 100 years of experience of producing high quality refractory ments of metallurgists. Mixtures were tested in the OAO materials. The plant was founded in 1899 as the Societé MMK im Il’icha converter workshop both in the CBCM and Franco-Russe de Krasnogorofka as a plant for producing in the “upstream pouring” with delivery of different grades quartz and silica bricks, ceramic fireplaces and bottles. Be- of steel; the duration of metal in the ladle from the start of fore 1905 the plant operated seasonally. Currently the plant is delivery to the start of pouring was 0.37 to 2.26 h. The test one of the largest enterprises in the area of refractories. The starting mix providing uniform opening capacity for the de- number of production personnel is 1353. The annual volume livery channel
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