Economic efficiency as the main factor in development of the production technology for corundum ramming mix
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A technology is developed for the production of corundum-based ramming mix compositions, in which the fused-corundum component is partly replaced by commercial alumina of GK grade bound with an aqueous orthophosphoric acid solution of reduced density. The modified ramming mix compositions are produced on a commercial scale by the Experimental Plant of the UkrNIIO Joint-Stock Company.
KeywordsCorundum Commercial Alumina Hercynite Intermediate Ladle Trisodium Phosphate
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