Conditions for manufacturing quartz refractories with a prolonged service life are formulated. The most important technological factor consists in preparation of limitingly concentrated suspensions of molten quartz (12–13% moisture content) with a high degree of polydispersity for slip casting or centrifugal shaping. A method for shaping articles based on ceramic castable mixtures that makes it possible to reduce the porosity of shaped semifinished products to 7–12% is suggested. The dynamics of the growth of the production of quartz refractories at the Pervouralskii Dinas Plant is described. The output has been increased fourfold during the last four years.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 21, 2007
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