Unique clays of the south of Russia

Unique clays of the south of Russia Refi'actories and Industrial Ceramics bbl. 40, Nos. 11 12, 1999 RAW MATERIALS S. N. Zubkov t and I. I. Nepravda I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramlka, No. 11, pp. 40- 41, November, 1999. The Vladimirovskoe deposit of refractory and high-melt- grades from VK-1 to VK-4 (see Table 1). Grades VK-1 and ing clays lies in the Rostov Region close to stanitsa Vladimi- VK-2 have a melting temperature of 1600- 1720~ and are rovskaya on the river Kundryuch'ya. The clays of the south classified as refractory. Grades VK-3 and VK-4 with a melt- of Russia finish the circuit of deposits positioned in Great ing temperature of 1430-1640~ are classified as high- Britain, Germany, Czech Republic, and Ukraine. The deposit melting. The clays are used for the production of ceramic tile was discovered in 1956. The "Report on detailed prospecting for interior facing of walls and floors, facade tile, ceramic of the Vladimirovskoe deposit of refractory and high-melting sanitary articles, and acid-resistant parts. The properties of clays" has been approved by the State Commission on Re- the clays make them applicable in the production of refrac- sources. The total amount of the clay raw materials has been tories, clinker bricks, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

Unique clays of the south of Russia

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2000 by Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
Subject
Chemistry; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
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1083-4877
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1573-9139
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10.1007/BF02762631
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Refi'actories and Industrial Ceramics bbl. 40, Nos. 11 12, 1999 RAW MATERIALS S. N. Zubkov t and I. I. Nepravda I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramlka, No. 11, pp. 40- 41, November, 1999. The Vladimirovskoe deposit of refractory and high-melt- grades from VK-1 to VK-4 (see Table 1). Grades VK-1 and ing clays lies in the Rostov Region close to stanitsa Vladimi- VK-2 have a melting temperature of 1600- 1720~ and are rovskaya on the river Kundryuch'ya. The clays of the south classified as refractory. Grades VK-3 and VK-4 with a melt- of Russia finish the circuit of deposits positioned in Great ing temperature of 1430-1640~ are classified as high- Britain, Germany, Czech Republic, and Ukraine. The deposit melting. The clays are used for the production of ceramic tile was discovered in 1956. The "Report on detailed prospecting for interior facing of walls and floors, facade tile, ceramic of the Vladimirovskoe deposit of refractory and high-melting sanitary articles, and acid-resistant parts. The properties of clays" has been approved by the State Commission on Re- the clays make them applicable in the production of refrac- sources. The total amount of the clay raw materials has been tories, clinker bricks,

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Published: Nov 21, 2007

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