Charging Box

Charging Box

 

(in Russian, mul’da), in steel production, a steel compartment (usually cast) for loading the furnace charge into steel-smelting furnaces using underslung charging cranes. The volume of a charging box is 0.25–3.3 cu m.

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Apple's own AirPods set the scene - a charging box with two earbuds that charged up when you slotted them inside.
A wall charging box can be supplied and installed at the customer's home for PS300, which includes standard installation.
Stylish and easy to carry everywhere thanks to their charging box they are the perfect companion for everyone at any time.
1 Heavy Melt--Ferrous scrap grade consisting of iron and steel items 1/4-inch or more in thickness measuring no more than 60 inches by 18 inches, to fit in a standard charging box.
Hamos offers electrostatic separators with a newly designed charging box for separating mixtures of plastic flakes, such as PP and PE.
Most charged at home, with 82 per cent using their wall-mounted charging box 90 per cent of the time.
2 SCRAP--Ferrous scrap grade consisting of iron and steel items less than 1/4 inch thick but more than 1/8 inch thick, and measuring no more than 60 inches by 18 inches, to fit in a standard charging box.
1 bundles are described as "new black steel sheet scrap, clippings or skeleton scrap, compressed or hand bundled to charging box size and weighing not less than 75 pounds per cubic foot," while No.
An operator-friendly gibb adjustment and a versatile clamshell charging box also allow the GS line of shears to boast impressive hourly production rates.
2 Scrap--Ferrous scrap grade consisting of iron and steel items less than 1/4-inch thick, but more than 1/8-inch thick, and measuring no more than 60 inches by 18 inches, to fit in a standard charging box
The new logger has a 20 feet long charging box and a more powerful crane.