Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 42, Nos. 11 – 12, 2001 REFRACTORIES AT THE USER QUICK-CHANGE REFRACTORIES FOR NEW-GENERATION SLIDE GATES 1 2 1 1 V. I. Zolotukhin, N. P. Solomin, A. G. Golovko, and S. G. Polubesov Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 11, pp. 30 – 35, November, 2001. Current problems in metallurgy concerned with the im- In gates of a new generation, the plates are elastically se- provement of product quality, cost-and-technology improve- cured in position at a constant and controlled holding force, ments, saving of resources, and environmental protection which makes it possible to effect a group replacement (using cannot be solved without the use of new science-intensive holders, or cassettes) of refractories in the steel shells with- technologies and new-generation engineering equipment. out dismounting the gate from the ladle. It was possible, owing to the powerful research and in- The spring gates available from foreign manufacturers dustrial potential of the city of Tula and the Tula District, in — Interstop (Switzerland), Flocon (Great Britain), Mitsubishi the 1990s under a conversion program, to set up production (Japan), etc. — have not yet gained acceptance in Russia be- of prototypes of steel-casting gate systems equipped
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