Currently, the choice of refractory for use in the flue walls of a carbon baking furnace is dependent upon the degree of control achieved in the furnace. This article describes how this interrelationship has occurred and describes what refractory systems are in use.
KeywordsAndalusite Total Subsidence Refractory Brick Mineral Corporation Ring Furnace
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