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    In 1936, the Laboratory Equipment Company introduced the first rapid carbon determinator to the American iron and steel industry. Today, 75 years later, LECO is recognized globally as a leader in...
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    B&B Refractories has been a manufacturer of standard and custom refractory shapes since 1964. Our products include kiln furniture, saggers, element plates, pusher plates, pouring cups, crucibles,...
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    Ipsen Ceramics was founded in 1952 by Mr. Harold Ipsen, to produce specialized refractory ceramic tubes for use in steel heat treating furnaces. Over 50 years has made Ipsen Ceramics an expert in the...
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    Kyanite Mining Corporation is the world’s largest producer of the industrial minerals kyanite and mullite. Our products are used in refractories industry, ceramics, investment casting, kiln furniture,...
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    Pilko Technology Associates, LLC is a manufacturers representative company serving the advanced materials industry.From our headquarters near Philadelphia, PA we represent equipment and consumables to...
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    The Technical Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials engineers and manufactures high performance functional and structural ceramic materials, components and sub-assemblies to address...
  • Article - 1 Mar 2007
    Haldenwanger, a division of Morgan Advanced Materials manufacture a range of ceramic materials for use in kilns and furnaces.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2007
    The HALDENWANGER range of ceramics includes high purity alumina, alumina-based, silicon carbide and fused silica materials.
  • Article - 4 Jan 2006
    Now for the first time, a 1700°C Lab Furnace that can simply be plugged into a standard 110 Volt, 20 Amp outlet without the need for either a 220 V supply or an electrician is available from Zircar...
  • Article - 24 Sep 2001
    Porous ceramic foams have emerged as a viable alternative to refractory ceramic fibres since they were classified as carcinogenic. Hi-Por is a ceramic foam that has similar properties to FCFs without...