Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 50, No. 1, 2009 USE OF MORGAN THERMAL CERAMICS – SUKHOI LOG JOINT VENTURE PRODUCTS IN METALLURGY V. F. Shishkin Translated from Novye Ogneupory, No. 12, pp. 71 – 76, December 2008. The Sukhoi Log Refractory Plant was founded in 1932. a new line for producing strengthened coiled fiber materials It has produced dense aluminosilicate (chamotte) objects and without analogs in Russia and the CIS. Sale of all materials steel pouring components. In the 1960s production was as- has also been accomplished produced by Morgan Thermal similated for lightweight objects with an apparent density of Ceramics, that is the largest producer in the world of 1.3, 1.0 and 0.4 g/cm . In 1973 for the first time in the USSR high-temperature heat insulation materials. It manufactures a production line was put into operation for producing kaolin products in 40 enterprises in 25 countries of the world. wool (mullite-silica fiber) with a design capacity of The main properties of objects made of mullite-silica fi- 100 tons/year. In recent years the enterprise has carried our technical re-equipment, improvement of technology and ex- ber are: a broad service temperature range (from 1150 to pansion of the range
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