basic refractory

basic refractory

[′bā·sik ri′frak·trē]
(materials)
Any heat-resistant material used for basic linings; examples are dolomite and magnesite.
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Pakistan still meets her domestic requirements by importing ferroalloys, basic refractory bricks and chromite chemicals.
Salem in Tamil Nadu, which was known for the basic refractory industry in the country is chosen as the study area.
The magnesium oxide in the inert form in the presence of smallpercentage of iron oxide and silica acts as basic refractory substance.
Ceramic materials such as silica-alumina refractory, basic refractory, all of rectangular shape were used to fabricate porous pieces.
It was only in 1875 with the Thomas or Basic Bessemer Process, involving the use of a basic refractory and basic flux, that phosphorus could be removed in bulk steelmaking.
The steel pot is lined with either an acid or basic refractory depending on the melt.
Basic refractory bricks industry is also the major consumer of chromite.
Pakistan presently meeting a domestic requirement through the import of ferroalloys basic refractory bricks and chromite chemicals.
The process of beneficiation of chromite ore for high grade basic refractory involves the following stages: crushing, sizing, conveyers belts, concentrating tables and drying.
The process of beneficiation of Chrome ore for high-grade basic refractory involves the following stages: Crushing, Sizing, Conveyers belts, Concentrating Tables and Drying.