Sintered glass-ceramics from mixtures of wastes

Autores: Bernardo, E.|Castellan, R.|Hreglich, S.
Fuente: Ceram. Int.
33 (1), 27-33

Panel glass from dismantled cathode ray tubes, mining residues from feldspar excavation and lime from fume abatement systems of the glass industry have been employed as raw materials for several glass compositions. The prepared glasses were ground into fine powders and subjected to sintering treatments at low temperatures (880?930 °C), with concurrent crystallization, thus obtaining sintered glass-ceramics. The mechanical properties (for example, bending strength exceeding 100 MPa) and the aesthetic appearance of the materials, together with the simplicity of the manufacturing method, are promising for applications in the building industry.

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