Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 49, No. 5, 2008 SOYUZTEPLOSTROI — 80 YEARS IN HEAT ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION G. M. Martynenko Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 9, pp. 16 – 17, September 2008. Original article submitted August 20, 2008. On 29 September 2008 it is 80 years since the formation Soyuzteplostroi specialists according to a design with techni- of Soyuzteplostroi, i.e. the first specialized organization in cal cooperation of the firm Mack-Kee. The furnace lining the country for the construction of industrial furnaces, and was installed in June 1930 and the first iron was produced on also the manufacture of smoke and ventilation stacks, and February 1, 1932. By studying the American lining method, also a founder of heat engineering construction in Russia. the heat engineers improved it, moving from single-tier to In the 1920 – 1930s in view of plans for implementation multi-tier work (3 tiers). This technology was used in the of electrification and industrialization in the USSR there was construction of blast furnace No. 2 and made it possible to rapid development of industry, large enterprises were con- reduce lining time by a factor of two. Believing that lining structed for ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, engineering, furnaces
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