refractory clay

refractory clay

[ri′frak·trē ¦klā]
(materials)
Clay with a melting point above 1600°C; used to make firebrick and linings for furnaces and reactors.
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Reginox Ceramic Sinks: The fine refractory clay is used in all ceramic sinks.
In this study, the ceramic filters were prepared using technical grade GK-2 alumina (GOST 6912-87) as a filler, "Keramik-Vesko" refractory clay (GOST 9167-75), waste glass HT-1 (GOST 19808) and gibbsite GB-1 (TU 1711-004-00200992) as a binder.
"Keramik-Vesko" refractory clay GOST 9167-75 (the Republic of Ukraine) is a kaolinite-hydromica semi-acid fine dispersed plastic clay.
In the 15 days leading up to the festival, Nina Hole (with the help of artists Renata Cassiano, Ann-Charlotte Ohlsson, Craig Hartenberger and local people) created a large sculpture in refractory clay obtained from the surrounding area.
Belarus is an important producer of potassium salts and rich in nonmetallics such as granites, dolomites and dolomitised limestone, marl and chalk, low-melting and refractory clay, loam and sand and gravel materials.
It has six clouds, I think of the child today, in the State smoke shop she was holding out a ten thou bill for a pack of MS and an instant lottery ticket dead serious like at her first communion with that patience little women of refractory clay bear for the Father.
Nowadays, refractory industry uses refractory clay and kaolin: primary, secondary, carried by water currents for the production of chamotte refractory and semiacid aluminosilicate products.
One constant element is the use of terracotta and refractory clay as the preferred material for his works.
Saggars are made of high-heat resistant refractory clay with holes that provide an equal diffusion of the heat in the firing, which is done in an oxidation atmosphere.
With the exception of fossil fuels and radioactive minerals, which have never been part of the Geological Survey's responsibilities, the Survey has concentrated on exploration for such mineral deposits as those of phosphate, bauxite, alunite, perlite, zeolite, nepheline-syenite, vermiculaite, diatomite, asbestos, feldspar, refractory clays, magnesium, titanium, etc.

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