Raw mixture for production of heat-insulating products

FIELD: construction.

SUBSTANCE: raw mixture contains the following components, pts. wt.: non-caking acid clay 58.0-61.0; expanded perlite ground to specific surface of 4500-5000 cm2/g 13.0-15.0; chalk stone 1.0-2.0; broken silicate glass ground to specific surface of 4500-5000 cm2/g 14.0-16.0; bentonite and/or kaolin 4.0-6.0; liquid potassium glass 4.0-6.0.

EFFECT: increase of product water-resisting property.

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The invention relates to the building materials industry and related compounds of raw mixes for production of thermal insulation products. Known raw mixture that contains, mass%: clay acidic non-caking 30,0-50,0; expanded perlite 40,0-60,0; chalk 5,0-15,0 [1]. The objective of the invention is to increase the water resistance of products obtained from raw mix. The technical result is achieved by the fact that the raw material mixture for production of thermal insulation products containing acidic clay non-reactive powder, expanded perlite, chalk, additionally contains ground up specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g fight silicate glass, bentonite and/or kaolin, liquid potassium glass, in the following ratio of components, mass%: clay sour non-caking 58,0-61,0; ground up specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g expanded perlite 13,0-15,0; chalk 1,0-2,0; ground up specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g fight silicate glass 14,0-16,0; bentonite and/or kaolin 4,0-6,0; liquid potassium glass 4,0-6,0. The table shows the composition of the raw material mixture for production of heat insulation materials. Table Components Composition, wt.% 1 2 Clay sour non-caking 61,0 58,0 59,0 Ground to a specific surface 4500 cm 2 /g expanded perlite 13,0 1 14,0 Ground to a specific surface of 5000 cm 2 /g expanded perlite - 15,0 - Chalk 2,0 1,0 2,0 Ground to a specific surface 4500 cm 2 /g fight silicate (tare) glass 16,0 - 15,0 Ground to a specific surface of 5000 cm 2 /g fight silicate (sheet) glass - 14,0 - Bentonite 4,0 - 2,0 Kaolin - 6,0 3,0 Liquid potassium glass (density of 1.3-1.5 g/cm 3 , silica module 3,6-4) 4,0 6,0 5,0 Softening coefficient ~0,85 ~0,85 ~0,85 Components depending on the required quantities and mix. If necessary, add water to obtain a mixture with humidity 18-23%. From the prepared mixture plastic way molded products (blocks, slabs). The product is dried to a moisture content of not more than 6% and fired at a temperature of 1030-1070 C. Sources of information 1. SU 621661 A1, C04B 32/02, 1978. Raw mix for the manufacture of insulation products containing acidic clay non-reactive powder, expanded perlite, chalk, characterized in that it additionally contains a ground to specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g fight silicate glass, bentonite and/or kaolin, liquid potassium glass at following ratio of components, mass%: clay sour non-caking 58,0-61,0; ground up specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g expanded perlite 13,0-15,0; chalk 1,0-2,0; ground up specific surface 4500-5000 cm 2 /g fight silicate glass 14,0-16,0; bentonite and/or kaolin 4,0-6,0; liquid potassium glass 4,0-6,0.

 

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FIELD: chemistry.

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EFFECT: heat insulating articles of increased strength.

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