iron foundry


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iron foundry

[′ī·ərn ‚fau̇n·drē]
(metallurgy)
A building in which iron castings are made.
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But had his family not had the money generated from Nobel & Sons Iron Foundry and Mechanical Workshop that financed his education, it could have been a different story.
Tenders are invited for Contract For Sale And Removal Of (I) Cinder Residue Under Mesh (Ii) Burn Sand And Ashes: Sweeping Of Iron Foundry & Iron Foundry Clinkers (Iii) Burnt Sand And Ashes Rubbish And Sweepings Of Brass & Aluminium Foundry Under 1/16 Mesh After Reclaiming Useful Material (Iv) Sweeping And Rubbish Other Than Iron & Brass Foundry Shop Etc.
In 1961, LeVan joined a small firm producing iron stoves and transformed it into Wescast, one of the world's largest suppliers of cast exhaust manifolds for passenger cars and light trucks, He was a recipient of the William Grede Award, a past president of both the Gray Iron Foundry Assn.
Russian composer Alexander Mosolov (1900-73) is best known for his composition Zavod, which translated into English is "The Iron Foundry.
an iron foundry based in Eastland, Texas, Jim Keffer is concerned about foreign competition and how his foundry will adapt to domestic quality standards such as the MACT standards regulating I-TAP emissions from iron and steel foundries.
Pre Qualification: The General Manager, Grey Iron Foundry, Jabalpur - 482009, Madhya Pradesh, India On Behalf Of The President Of India Invites Eoi (Expression Of Interest) Through E-Procurement System For Advance Vendor Registration For 52 Items (List Enclosed).
Lake Forest, Illinois, announced tentative plans to close its Racine, Wisconsin-based iron foundry operations in May 2004.
He worked in a Texas oil field before returning to Oklahoma, where he spent eight years in an iron foundry.
The Mexican iron foundry Cifunsa (Groupo Industrial Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico), has announced that it will invest $50 million for a new 60,000 tons/yr green sand foundry in central Mexico.
According to Gupta, the major reasons for the use of silicon carbide in iron foundry melting are low tramp elements, deoxidation capacity, high quality carbon units, improved lining life in coreless furnaces and a reduction in slag-type defects.
1646--America's first iron foundry (and second industrial plant), Saugus Iron Works, near Boston, pours the first American casting, the Saugus pot.