furnace lining


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furnace lining

[′fər·nəs ‚līn·iŋ]
(engineering)
The interior part of a furnace in contact with a molten charge and hot gases; constructed of heat-resistant material.
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Then, the model determines the shape and size of the melt flowing in the furnace lining and inductor to obtain isotherms that coincide with the experimental ones.
It involved an ingot with the temperature of 600[degrees]C placed in a furnace at 1,150[degrees]C in a 1 m distance from the furnace lining (Tikal & Urbanek, 2010).
Along with overall demand, data has also been provided for the above regions for key applications such as furnace linings, construction, and ceramics and so on.
These targets included installation of high efficiency oxy-fuel burners; modification to site a v-ditch to reduce dissolved solids; development of pouring techniques to minimise heat loss; minimising the amount of pallets scrapped and finding additional outlets for reuse; improved hazardous waste segregation to reduce materials land filled; improved office building insulation to reduce heat loss; introduction of a procurement policy to consider the energy rating of goods; and furnace operator training to cut gas consumption and damage to furnace linings (reducing downtimes and reheating by 50%).
the device provides operators with information on the immediate condition of furnace linings.
Recommended applications include furnace linings, gas turbine muffler seals, expansion joint seals, insulation for laboratory ovens, gasketing for pollution control equipment and vacuum degassing equipment; super heater seals; gasketing and seals for doors on industrial boilers, wood burning stoves, coke ovens and furnaces, among other applications.
Magnesium compounds, primarily magnesium oxide, are used mainly as refractory material in furnace linings for producing iron, steel, nonferrous metals, glass and cement.
e) Design and implementation of a new regenerative furnace linings Maerz
A refractory is a material that will retain its shape and chemical identity when subjected to high temperatures and is used in applications that require extreme resistance to heat, such as furnace linings.
Its carbon and graphite unit manufactures and markets certain carbon and graphite products, such as carbon electrodes, cathodes, and furnace linings.
exhibited its line of products for various furnace applications that allow plants to reduce refractory installation times while increasing the life of furnace linings.
It's virtually impossible for long pieces or plates to feed over the sill and cause damage to furnace linings or spillage problems," said Field Sales Manager Dick Kraus.