Development and study of the compositions of unshaped fireclay-based heat-insulating refractories and a technology for making them
Results are presented from a study of the compositions of foams for making heat-insulating refractory products with the use of a slag-alkali binder. It is shown that use of the given binder can yield materials with an ultimate compressive strength of up to 20 – 22 MPa. These materials can be used as heat-insulating materials and as structural materials.
Keywordsheat-insulating refractories heat-insulating products slag-alkali binder frothing method foam.
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