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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 41  1982
Development of Siliceous Slinging Material for Ladle Lining
S. K. C. RoY, S. K. MITRA, B. N. GHOSH, B. RAo AND K. S. SWAMINATHAN
Pages : 40-43
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1982.10822570
Abstract
In recent years, sand slinging process is being used for lining ladles in steel plants. The slung mixes are made from naturally occurring sands or mixture of synthetic grains with suitable binders. In our country, ladle bricks constitute a major tonnage of fireclay bricks in the steel plants. An attempt was made to use sand as lining material in steel ladles to reduce the consumption of refractories and also to save time in relining. Work was undertaken to develop sand slinging mixes of proper composition utilizing indigenous sand. The mixes were tried in steel ladles, used for transferring blown metal from bessemer shop and hot metal from mixer to open hearth furnaces.
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