What are the commonly used additives and binders for refractory castables?

What are the commonly used additives and binders for refractory castables? Additives are also called admixtures, which generally play a role in adjusting the phase composition, microstructure and improving performance in refractories. Additives using different classification methods the additives for refractory castables can be divided into several types:According to the chemical composition, it can be…

Turkey includes domestic refractory material development in new economic development plan

refractory material development News The Turkish government has promised to support the development of the country’s refractory industry as part of its 11th five-year development plan, which was submitted to the Turkish Parliament on July 9, 2019 and approved by President Erdogan. According to this development plan covering 2019-2023, the Turkish government has listed R…

LMM GROUP refractory bricks

Magnesia carbon brick, Magnesia chrome brick, Magnesium Spinel Brick LMM GROUP refractory material factory Established: Aug 1936 (Capital: 2,654 million Yen) Address: magnesia city, site area is 75258 mm2 Production Capacity: 80,000 Ton/Year Employees: 240 persons Main Products: refractories for Iron&Steel(BF, EAF, LF, RH and Tundish), Cement, Non-ferrous metals and Glass Industries etc.. Magnesia carbon brick…

Advantages of full continuous Rolled steel

一 : 10%-15% lower production costs Compared with semi-continuous process arrangement, rolled steel fully continuous arrangement reduced production costs per ton of 10-15%, mainly by increasing production, reduce fuel consumption, lower rolling power consumption and lower bearings consumption and improve the finished product rate and other aspects of implementation. For carbon steel manufacturers, the cost…

British steel giant Gupta family alliance acquires two Indian steel mills and enters Indian market

British steel giant Gupta family alliance acquires two Indian steel mills and enters Indian market According to foreign media reports. The British metal tycoon (Sanjeev Gupta) ‘s GFG Alliance has spent $ 60 million. Meanwhile to acquire two bankrupt steel companies in India. GFGAlliance said in a statement on Tuesday, The group has completed acquisitions…