fluted work

fluted work

A surface finish that consists of a series of concave grooves, as opposed to corduroy work which consists of a series of narrow convex reeds.
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Rotary reactor furnaces have fluted work tubes which rotate in alternate directions to provide extremely consistent performance for calcination and powder reactions up to 1100 C.