According to the standard EN 1402-1, Low Cement Castable designates a family of castables for which the lime (CaO) content varies from 1% to 2.5%.
Low Cement Castable (LCC) belongs to the deflocculated castable category.
Technical articles on www.secar.net are available on Low Cement Castable:
- 2010 - New solutions to increase the shelf-life of low cement castables
- 2010 - New additives for high purity reduced cement castable systems
- 2010 - An investigation into the mechanisms and interactions which control the placing and hardening properties of deflocculated castables
- 2009 - Mineralogy and microstructure evolution along the curing, drying and firing process of calcium aluminate bonded refractory castables
- 2009 - A new insight into the characterization of ageing and mechanisms that determine the shelf life of low cement castables
- 2009 - Improved additive systems for low cement, high purity castables
- 2009 - The impact of different additive systems upon the properties of a high purity low cement castable
- 2008 - Calcium aluminate cement - What happens when things go wrong ?
- 2008 - A new binder system for reduced lime content castables
- 2008 - A new calcium aluminate binder system more adapted to variation of raw materials
- 2008 - Interactions of calcium aluminate cements and other matrix components which control the initial hardening of deflocculated castables
- 2008 - High purity calcium aluminate binders for demanding high temperature applications
- 2007 - The impact of hydration and dehydration conditions on the permeability of LCC systems
- 2006 - The advantages of calcium aluminate cement as a castable bonding system