Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 51, No. 3, 2010 Review prepared by the editorial staff of Novye Ogneupory Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 6, pp. 66 – 67, June, 2010. A CHARGE FOR PRODUCTION brickwork of coke ovens that includes quartz sand and sili- con. The mixture is distinguished by the fact that it addition- OF REFRACTORY MATERIAL ally contains coke dust with the following ratios between the G. I. Berdov, P. M. Pletnev, V. A. Lienko, V. Z. Gindulina, components, wt.%: quartz sand, 65 – 75; silicon, 15 – 20; M. S. Voznaya, and N. G. Feofanova and coke dust,5–15. Patent RU 2353600 2. The mixture in Part 1 is distinguished by the fact that IPC C04B35/10 it contains silicon and quartz sand with particle size not greater than 1.0 mm. A new composition of the charge used for the production 3. The mixture in Part 1 is distinguished by the fact that it of insulating refractory materials based on aluminum oxide contains coke dust with particle size not greater than 0.59 mm. which may be used in the production of insulators of Bulletin, No. 12, 812 – 813 (2009). metal-ceramic lamps, fuse lighters, and insulating adjustable parts
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