Alkali Resistance

Test specimens are fired to 1700°F in two cycles in the presence of Potassium Carbonate. MOR, MOE, and visual observations are taken before and after exposure to alkali. Ten 1" x 1" x 6" bars are required.

$1100 per test of 10 specimens

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