• Fossil Fuel Solutions for the New Millennium

    The interconnection between fire and fuel is almost like the story of chicken and egg. If there was no fuel, how can fire burn up, but if there was no fire then how can fuel flaming. Manufacturing skill albeit on a small localized scale began soon therefore as the prehistoric precursor of Industrialization. The first […]

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  • How to manage refractory waste?

    Refractories are indispensable for entire extreme temperature procedures, such as the product of bricks, cement, metals glass, and ceramics. It’s estimated that up to 29 million tons of waste have received small attention due to the abundance of lower cost raw materials and low disposal cost of the mainly inert, materials. In the last 2 […]

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  • What are the types of refractory materials?

    There’re various types of refectories’ available now. They differ in the structural and chemical makeup and heat threshold capacities. When rightly used, your heating facilities reap the gifts of an effective heat containment device. The correct refectory content well makes a safe, cost efficient as well as low maintenance heating system which delivers regularly. The […]

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  • The TUNDISH covering compound used in TUNDISH, these TUNDISH covering compounds are highly insulating powder, which is extremely fine expandability as well as spread ability so that it expands with spreads rapidly to cove complete molten steel base in the TUNDISH. It is extremely insulating in nature significantly eliminating heat loss due to the radiation […]

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  • The Ladle Covering Compounds which is widely applied in foundries and steel systems (plants) to eliminate the loss of heat liquid metal in the ladle. Since the temp of fluid metal is being poured into Moulds / dies / cavities is vital, this Ladle Covering Compounds decrease the temp of fluid metal in the ladle […]

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  • In distinction to heat-releasing compounds (exothermic mixtures) that self-heat as a results of an heat evolving reaction, heat insulation compounds 1st absorb heat from the liquid metal wont to fill the mold till reaching equilibrium temperature; from this moment on, they shield the liquid casting metal against more heat losses for a definite time. Therefore, […]

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  • Silica from rice husk ash

    New research has shown that rice husk ash (RHA), an agricultural waste product, could be used to synthesize nanosized hydroxy-sodalite (HS) particles, a type of zeolite. HS particles are a rich source of silica, which is an essential material for fabricating semiconductor devices. Rice husk is an abundantly available agricultural waste material that contains a […]

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  • Benefits of Use of Rice Husk Ash in Concrete

    In this investigation, a feasibility study is made to use Rice Husk Ash as an admixture to an already replaced Cement with fly ash (Portland Pozzolana Cement) in Concrete, and an attempt has been made to investigate the strength parameters of concrete (Compressive and Flexural). For normal concrete, Indian Standard (IS) method of mix design […]

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