casting ladle

casting ladle

[′kast·iŋ ‚lād·əl]
(metallurgy)
A refractory-lined steel ladle used to transport molten metal from the furnace to a mold.
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I've used it many times, melting it in a Lyman casting ladle with a heat gun.
If plumbers' pot is used, melt pewter grains in the casting ladle and pour carefully into the mold.
The Schnorkle eliminates the need to tip casting ladles above the filling funnel with a lift truck.
ho economy due to the cooling of continuous casting ladles in the workplace in the lobby of oxygen-converter steel plant.