melting furnace

melting furnace

[′melt·iŋ ‚fər·nəs]
(engineering)
A furnace in which the frit for glass is melted.
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Metso announced it is investing 3.5 million euros in a second melting furnace at the Isithebe foundry in South Africa in an effort to increase its manufacturing capacity of large crusher wear parts castings used in minerals processing.
The making of a ring begins when old or scrap gold is poured into a melting furnace
The resumption is the first since the test was suspended in December 2008 due to a series of troubles such as metal chaff accumulating on the bottom of the melting furnace.
Cameron Family Glass had opened last December, only to shut down a month later when 125 tons of molten glass leaked from a melting furnace.
The investment will include the addition of a new aluminum melting furnace and will contribute to a 12 percent increase in the unit's aluminum sheet production capacity.
It will make an additional investment of 3.3 billion yen ($28.6 mil) in its wholly owned subsidiary Ohara Disk Malaysia, to set up one melting furnace by May 2007 and another by October the same year.
aluminum melting furnace used to produce engine blocks and heads for 224,000 autos annually under a Kanban system, unplanned repairs are a lot more serious.
Johns Manville Skloplast, Trnava, Slovakia, has added a new glass melting furnace to its operations.
After lurching into the red last year, the 100-staf privately owned company is revamping its customer service and product development and has added an aluminium melting furnace to its range.
Request for quotations : refractory products for laying the bottom of a glass melting furnace and 155t regenerator nozzles
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