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Sinosteel Luoyang Institute of Refractories Research
Refractories come in two forms: (1) formed, often labeled "pre-formed.
New Castle Refractories Company, Inc, New Castle, PA
However, among both clay and nonclay refractories, the switch to better performing products will continue, with the best opportunities expected for zircon and zirconia and silicon carbide refractories among nonclay refractories and high alumina clays in that segment.
An innovative compounder of heat resistant materials for use primarily in refractories in steel and aluminum mills, Riverside Refractories has been a strong, competitive manufacturer in Pell City, Ala.
Dry vibratable refractories are used extensively for the working linings of many molten metal contract and containment applications.
More specifically, the switch to better performing refractories will lead to the best opportunities for silicon carbide and zircon and zirconia refractories.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Refractories in Thousand Metric Tons and US$ Million by Form (Bricks & Shapes, and Monolithics & Others), by Materials (Clay Refractories, and Non-Clay Refractories) and also by End-Use (Iron & Steel, Cement, Ceramics & Glass, and Others).
To provide its customers with a quick rum-around on normal re-supply orders and immediate response to emergencies, Morganite Crucible maintains a $2 million inventory of crucibles, metal transfer refractories and spare parts in its 30,000 ft_ warehouse in Connecticut.
Advances in manufacturing processes have occurred in most of these industries, resulting in less intensive utilization of refractories per unit of output produced.
com/research/71ba8473/formed_refractorie) has announced the addition of the "Formed Refractories Market in Russia: 2006-H1 2011 and Forecast to 2015" report to their offering.
16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Refractories in Thousand Metric Tons and US$ Million by Form (Bricks & Shapes, and Monolithics & Others), by Materials (Clay Refractories, and Non-Clay Refractories) and also by End-Use (Iron & Steel, Cement, Ceramics & Glass, and Others).