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rammed lining

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  • rammed lining — Смотри набивная футеровка …   Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • набивная футеровка — [rammed lining] футеровка из пластической огнеупорной массы, изготавливаемой уплотненным трамбованием в специальных формах (шаблонах); Смотри также: Футеровка основная футеровка кислая футеровка …   Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • ФУТЕРОВКА НАБИВНАЯ — [rammed lining] футеровка из пластичной огнеупорной массы, изготавливаемой ее уплотнением, трамбовки в специальных формах (шаблонах) …   Металлургический словарь

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