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Carbonxide M1

Dense and Insulating

Alumina based castables

Results in Lab & Practice

Results on alumina based dense castable

Comparison with and without additive- Influence of 1% Carbonxide M1

  • Table 1: New Additive M1 (IT) – (2019) – Porosity: 20,27% – HMOR: 34,48 N/mm2

  • Table 2: Additive M1 (CH) – (2018) – Porosity: 17,03% – HMOR:21,97 N/mm2

  •  Table 3: Standard cartable without Additive – Porosity: 15,36% – HMOR: 17,64 N/mm2

Results on alumina based dense castable

Influence of 1% Carbonxide M1

Refractoriness under Load (RUL)

with and without Carbonxide M1

Creep under Compression

with and without Carbonxide M1

Summary of Lab Tests from Dense castable

Comparison with and without additive M1

1. Comparable results with the Additive M1

– Bulk Density  

-Cold Crushing Strength (CCS)

2. Improved results with the Additive M1

– Apparent Porosity

– Thermal conductivity

– Young’s modulus of rupture

– HMOR

– Refractoriness under Load (RuL)

– Creep under Compression (CuC)

– Thermal Diffusivity

– Specific heat capacity

Results on alumina based insulating castable

Influence of 1% Carbonxide M1

Summary of Lab Tests from Insulating castable

Comparison with and without additive M1

1. Comparable results with the Additive M1 

  • Bulk Density

  • Apparent Porosity 

  • CCS

2.Improved results with the Additive M1

  • Thermal conductivity

  • Young’s modulus of rupture

  • HMOR

  • Specific heat capacity

  • Thermal diffusivity

  • HT-Resonant frequent damping analysis (RFDA)

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