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Collar Clay

REFRACTORY CLAY (CONVERTER CLAY)

OxideAnalysisFormula
CaO0.10%0.012
MgO0.20%0.034
K2O0.70%0.051
Na2O0.10%0.011
TiO20.70%0.060
Al2O314.80%1.000
SiO282.30%9.438
Fe2O31.10%0.047
Oxide Weight689.19
Formula Weight689.19
If this formula is not unified correctly please contact us.

The data here refers to both Collar Clay and Converter Clay.

Service Temperature, (C): 1593
Bond Type: Heat
Weight to Place, Kg/cubic meter: 2035
Minimum time before firing, hours: 0
Maximum particle size, mm: 3.2
Storage Life: 6 months

Linear change after heating: (ASTM C-179)
110C -1.9%
538 -1.1
1093 +1.0
1500 +2.0

Cold M.O.R. (lb/sq. in) ASTM C-491:
110C 125
538 150
1093 256
1500 500

Cold Crushing Strength (lb/sq. in) ASTM C-133:
110C 420
538 480
1093 790
1500 1284


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XML for Import into INSIGHT

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