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Glass and Ceramics

, Volume 66, Issue 11–12, pp 412–415 | Cite as

Service and production conditions of electro-melted refractory articles

  • O. M. Pustyl’nikov
  • Yu. A. Guloyan
Refractories
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The main factors associated with the service of refractories mainly in the melting tanks of glassmaking furnaces are examined. The main technological factors, a description, and the scheme of the technological cycle for the production of refractories at the Domodedovo Plant for Manufacturing Electro-Smelted Articles are presented.

Key words

refractories glassmaking furnaces service of refractories interaction of refractories with molten glass 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Domodedovo Plant for Manufacturing Electro-Smelted ArticlesDomodedovo, Moscow Oblast’Russia
  2. 2.Scientific – Resarch Institute of GlassGus’-Khrustal’nyi, Vladimir Oblast’Russia

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