Development of the technical specifications and changes to the TSs for refractories by JSC “The Ukrainian research institute of refractories named after A. S. Berezhnoy” in 2017

  • V. V. Martynenko
  • L. V. Belyaeva
  • I. Yu. Kostyrko
  • T. F. Pahomova
Keywords: refractories, technical specifications, changes to the TSs, serial refractory products, pilot batches of refractories.

Abstract

This article includes information about development of the technical specifications (TS) and changes to the TSs for refractories by institute in 2017. In 2017 in accordance to the requirements of the state standardization system 12 change to TSs for serial refractory products, produced by Ukrainian enterprises, including verification and approval 1 change to TS for serial refractory products developed PrJSC “KDZ”, 10 TSs and 4 change to TSs for pilot batches of refractories manufactured by JSC “The URIR named after A. S. Berezhnoy” have been developed and endorsed by enterprises.

Changes to technical conditions and new technical conditions developed in accordance to the requirements of modern system to standardizations of the Ukraine (SОU КZPS 74.9-02568182-003:2016, DSTU 1.5:2015, SОU MPP 01.120-090:2005), have been endorsed by manufacturers and enterprise consumers, tested for compliance with current legislation, technical regulations and regulatory documents and entered into the database “Technical conditions of Ukraine” — SE “Kharkivstandartmetrology”, and approved by the technical committee TC 7 “Refractories”.

Institute plans to continue work on the development of TS and changes to the TSs for refractory products, study and analysis of the global level of standardization in the field refractories.

Published
2018-12-28
How to Cite
Martynenko, V. V., Belyaeva, L. V., Kostyrko, I. Y., & Pahomova , T. F. (2018). Development of the technical specifications and changes to the TSs for refractories by JSC “The Ukrainian research institute of refractories named after A. S. Berezhnoy” in 2017. Scientific Research on Refractories and Technical Ceramics, 118, 142-155. https://doi.org/10.35857/2663-3566.118.13

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