crucible steel


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crucible steel

[′krü·sə·bəl ‚stēl]
(metallurgy)
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By 1865, the company had provided the necessary 1,600 tons of crucible steel wire for the project, delivered within a tight 12 months.
Trombetta told the lieutenant governor that Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center is built on the site of the town's high school that closed after Crucible Steel shut down in 1982.
The company, which also trades as Taylorsteel and Crucible Steel, has eight sites in the West Midlands, the north of England and Ireland.
An AFS member, he also worked with Crucible Steel Castings, Cleveland; Larson Foundry, Grafton, Ohio; Consolidated Foundries and Manufacturing and Adirondak Steel Castings, Watervliet, New York.
A member of the Steel Founders' Society of America and a 60-year member of AFS, he also worked with Swedish Crucible Steel Co.
He joined Coltec in 1976 as an industrial engineer with Crucible Steel and advanced to Coltec's Crucible Magnetics Division.