Improvement in the steel-pouring ladle lining life in open-hearth production of ZAO metallurgical plant Petrostal’
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Basic principles are considered for the development of refractory linings for steel-pouring ladles operating under severe conditions using a furnace-ladle unit. Joint action of personnel of the metallurgical enterprise and refractory supplier makes it possible to determine the local area of lining wear and to adopt timely measures for improving life. The effect of the main factors governing wear is determined. The order of selecting the required standard sizes and quality indices for objects taking account of the type of metal smelted is determined.
Keywordsrefractory lining slag belt local wear
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