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IS 195 (2005): Fireclay Mortar for Laying Fireclay Refractory Bricks [MTD 15: Refractories]

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IS 495:2005 m’7fh7m 3Ti%-TEdFFit@!fama w WF1–l–a–– fwm ‘ ( 8W7pi%-m ) Indian Standard FIRECLAY MORTAR FOR LAYING FIRECLAY REFRACTORY BRICKS — SPECIFICATION (Fourth Revision) ICS 81. INDIAN STANDARDS ZAFAR MARG 9 BAHADUR SHAH NEW DELHI 110002 August 2005 Price Group 1 .080 0 BIS 2005 BUREAU MANAK OF BHAVAN.

1983 ‘Test sieves: Where these sieves are not available other equivalent Part 2 Perforated plate test sieves (third revision)’. following modifications have been made: a) Reference clause has been added. the final value observed or calculated expressing the result of a test or analysis. c) Physical requirement have been modified. For determining fineness of fireclay mortar the aperture sizes are based on 1S 460 (Part 2) :. In this revision. . standard for sieves may be used. Group A ~ozo-th revision) High heat duty fireclay refractories (&h revision) Fireclay refractories for oil-ilred boiler furnaces on naval ships (jlrst revision) Siliceous fireclay refractories (first revision) 8 : 1983 483 : 1972 2043 : 1984 For the purpose of deciding whether a particular requirement of this standard is complied with. Fireclay mortar specified in this standard is used for laying fireclay refractory bricks conforming to: IS No. 6: 1983 Title Moderate heat duty fireclay refectories. MTD 15 FOREWORD This Indian Standard (Fourth Revision) was adopted by the Bureau of Indian Standards. The number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the same as that of the specified value “inthis standard.Refractories Sectional Committee. after the draft finalized by the Refractories Sectional Committee had been approved by the Metallurgical Engineering Division Council. Fireclay mortar is mainly a suitable mixture of plastic fireclay grog (calcined fireclay or broken fireclay refractories). shall be rounded off in accordance with [S 2:1960 ‘Rules for rounding off numerical values (revised)’. and subsequently revised in 1963 and 1991. and d) Standard marking clause has been added. This standard was first published in 1950. . b) Chemical composition is shifted to separate table.

8 MARKING 8. 8.1 1387:1993 General requirements for the supply of metallurgical materials (second revision) 1527:1972 Methods for chemical analysis of high silica refractory materials (fwst revision) The fineness of different grades of fireclay mortar shall be as given in Table 2. 6.2 No particle of fireclay mortar shall be so large as to be retained on IS sieve 1.1 The containers shall be clearly marked with the manufacturer’s name or trade-mark.1. All standards are subject to revision. 4 SAMPLING Representative samples shall be drawn according to the scheme of sampling given in IS 1528 (Part 7). the editions indicated were valid.2. Title when tested in accordance with the method given in IS 1527 shall be as given in Table 1.2 BLS Certification Marking 1528 Methods of sampling and physical test for refractory materials: Determination of pyrometric cone equivalent (PCE) or softening point (second revision) Methods of sampling and criteria for conformity (first -revision) Determination of sieve analysis (jirst revision) (Part 1): 1980 (Part 7): 1974 (Part 14) :1974 3 SUPPLY OF MATERIAL 3. 6. 5 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION The containers may also be marked with the Standard Mark. I The chemical composition of different grades of fireclay mortar with respect to A120t and FezOJcontent . 7 PACKING Unless otherwise specified.2 Drying and firing shrinkage shall be measured on hand moulded briquettes made after thorough mixing of mortar with 10-20 percent of water. which through reference in this text.1 Drying and Firing Shrinkage 6. constitute provisions of this standard. 6. 2 REFERENCES The following standards contain provisions. the provisions of the Bureau of 1986 and Rules and Regulations made thereunder.2 The material shall be ground evenly and shall be of such quality and plasticity as would enable it to be spread sat isfactorily w“itha trowel when tempered w ith an adequate amount of water. 3.3 The size of the briquettes should be 160 mm x 40 mm x 40 mm. At the time of publication.2.3 Refractoriness Fireclay mortar when tested in accordance with the method gjven in 1S 1528 (Part 1) for pyrometric cone equivalent shall conform to the values given in Table 1.1. The details of conditions under which the Iicence for the use of Standard Mark maybe grantedto-manufacturers or producers may be obtained from the Bureau of Indian Standards.IS 195:2005 Iudian Standard FIRECLAY MORTAR FOR LAYING FIRECLAY REFRACTORY BRICKS — SPECIFICATION (Fourth Revision) I SCOPE This standard covers the requirements for mortar used for laying tireclay refractories. requirements relating to the supply of fireclay mortar shall be as laid down in IS 1387.1 General. 6. and grade and type of the material. The same briquettes as for firing test. and parties to agreements based on this standard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the standards indicated below: 1S No.1.1 The drying and firing shrinkage of different types of fireclay mortar shall “be as given in Table 2. 6. may be used subsequently.2.1 The use of the Standard Mark is governed by Indian Standar& Act.6 mm. the material shall be supplied in gunny bags-each containing 50 kg fireclay mortar. 6 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS 6.2 Fineness 6. 8.

0 (at 1350”C for 2 h) 842 1528 (Part 14) — . percent. Standard cone No.5 0. Ref to IS No.5 (5) 1527 1S27 Table 2 Physical Requirements (Clauses 6. (1) i) (2) Pyrometric cone equivalent (Orton cone).IS 195:2005 Table 1 Chemical Composition (Clauses 5 and 6. Characteristic Requirement A CGrade 1 Grade 2’ (4) 29 Method of Test. Characteristic Requirement Grade 2’ Method of Test. Mirr (3) 31 (5) 1528 (Part 1) ii) iii) Drying shrinkage at 110”C percent Mu-x Firing shrinkage at temperature. 2 ..1) S1 No..5 (at 1 400°C for 2 h) 3 3. Mux 1.1 and 6. Ref to IS No. &fin 150 . (1) O ii) (2) P+03.2. iv) 95 percent passing through IS sieve. micron.3) S1 No. percen~ A4irr FeIO.1. percers~ Ma (3) 37 2 (4) 30 2.

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