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    Gradmatic Equipment offers the foundry industry, innovative, new technology to line coreless induction furnaces with dry, refractory materials. The custom designed, four-stage system virtually...
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    Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of engineered thermal insulation barriers and seals that provide environmental protection, emissions control, and energy conservation. Their...
  • Article - 28 Apr 2011
    ANH Refractories manufactures a complete line of refractories for use in copper production. These include a range of brick and castable formulations that can withstand high temperatures and the...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2001
    Zircar have released a new range of medium density reinforced alumina composites suitable for use in induction annealing machines. These materials have a maximum operating temperature of 1260°C....
  • Article - 4 May 2011
    High emissivity EMISSHIELD coatings that are based upon a patented system licensed from NASA. This article outlines how they can be of benefit to industrial applications where they are used to coat...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2011
    Ever increasing fuel costs are in turn increasing the operating costs for crucible furnace operators. In addition to high fuel costs, crucible maintenance and replacement expenses contribute to...
  • Article - 24 Aug 2006
    Shinagawa Refractories Australasia offer a comprehensive range of dense alumina based refractories. These include refractory bricks, castable monolithics and gunning grade monolothics. These ranges of...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2002
    Saffil is a high alumina (96%) ceramic fibre. It has excellent high temperature properties and good chemical resistance to most environments. Furnace linings/insulation is the most common application...
  • Article - 21 May 2002
    By sealing the surface of refractories, their performance can be improved by making them more wear resistant and sealing them from infiltration by detrimental species. Processes for achieving this are...
  • 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...