Resilience and Hardening Degree of Refractory Materials

2023-11-02 16:25:19

The resilience and hardening degree of refractory materials. During spraying construction, due to the rebound and peeling of stone particles, unscientific coordination in brushing and patching inspections will reduce the utilization rate of refractory materials, reduce readiness, and even endanger the use of the operation village life. Wet spraying of the shrunken paint after flux extraction and continuous high-temperature fire brushing of the paint can greatly reduce the return of raw materials.

In addition, adjusting the brush direction, spacing, and linear speed formula of the automatic spraying equipment according to the fabric structure and the size of the final particles on site is an important way to overcome the elastic state. In this method, a layer of mortar is sprayed onto the blasting surface before the granular material is applied. Resilience issues have also been addressed. Solving the rebound problem of refractory materials, also allows refractory brick manufacturers to understand the hardening degree of refractory materials.

Under the necessary conditions of the corresponding external natural environment, the structure formed by the physical transformation between the refractory material and the flux has a corresponding tensile strength called a hard bottom. The entire process of lowering the ambient temperature, vitrification of the stock solution root, or reduction of product specificity can maintain the hard bottom throughout the process. Various unshaped refractory materials do not need to undergo continuous high-temperature calcination under the action of cement. They only need to meet their special requirements. They can keep organic chemical or physical fusion outside the hard bottom of the refractory material and have high pressure resistance strength.

For example, after mixing various refractory cements with high-temperature refractory stones, granules, and water, adverse hydration reactions will gradually occur after a certain period of curing. As the material develops during hydration, its compressive strength increases. Water glass is a forced gas melting agent, and the compressive strength of its hard base must be maintained by drying out the natural gas environment. Phosphoric acid is a hot melt agent, and its hard base compressive strength can only be maintained by the corresponding ambient temperature.

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