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sinter

[′sin·tər]
(metallurgy)
The product of a sintering operation.
A shaped body composed of metal powders and produced by sintering with or without previous compacting.
(mineralogy)
(petrology)
A chemical sedimentary rock deposited by precipitation from mineral waters, especially siliceous sinter and calcareous sinter.

sinter

To form a material from fusible powder by holding the pressed powder at a temperature just below its melting point for a period of time; the particles are fused (sintered) together, but the mass, as a whole, does not melt.
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CONTACT: Rob Hilliard, +1-248-225-3925, or Kris Godlew, +1-248-884-0457, both of GKN Sinter Metals
GKN Sinter Metals is representative of the type of company we want to grow with as we drive to be the best worldwide," said Bo Andersson, vice president, GM Worldwide Purchasing Production Control & Logistics.
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who became GKN Sinter Metals' President & CEO late last year: "All our efforts, now, are geared toward focusing on our customers -- from R&D, design engineering and testing .
Confirmation that the CEIP product will be suitable for use in sinter plants as sinter feedstock and will not require additional processing into pellets before use.
According to the CEO of Miba Sinter, Harald Neubert, this cooperation will expand the company's global network and will provide Miba's customers with the company's technology and local product development and production.
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This mixture is then baked to form sinter, a more suitable size for use in the blast furnace.
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