DIN 51053, ISO 3187

Determination of Creep or Refractoriness Under Load

One cylindrical specimen (50 mm diameter x 50 mm high) is tested per firing. The percent linear change is recorded continuously during the heat-up and creep period under load. The minimum size required is a half brick. Standard conditions are 0.2 N/mm2 (29 psi) load and 50 hour hold.

  PER TEST OF 1 PER TEST OF 1 PER TEST OF 1
TEMPERATURE (50 hr hold) (100 hr hold) (RUL only)
1400°C or Less $820 $1040 $445
1400°C to 1500°C $940 $1160 $570
1500°C to 1600°C $1055 $1280 $655
1600°C to 1650°C $1195 $1420 $735
1650°C to 1700°C $1260 $1490 $775
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