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Shaped refractory is the major form of refractory that is used primarily because of their ability to withstand high temperature, and usually have a low thermal conductivity for greater energy efficiency.
As of 2014, APAC, Europe, and the Americas lead the global refractory materials market, with APAC contributing the largest market share of over 70%.
Bartells brings decades of refractory material and installation expertise to our network of exclusive partners," said James Eckert, president of Plibrico.
Keywords: refractory, heat-resistant materials, global demand, key markets, Asia-Pacific, Russia
In the 1850s and 1860s, riotous and refractory pauper girls disturbed workhouses, prisons and reformatories in England, Ireland and Australia.
Despite what many industries would view as modest prospects, the outlook for the surviving refractory producers is much brighter than the industry has experienced in recent memory.
ZEVALIN is approved in Europe for the treatment of adult patients with CD20+ follicular B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) who are refractory to or have relapsed following RITUXAN (rituximab) therapy.
Switching to a new refractory material, Thermbond, made by Stellar Materials, Inc.
com/research/rrfxr9/china) has announced the addition of the "China Non-metallic Refractory Building Materials Market Report, 2012" report to their offering.
USPRwire, Wed Sep 24 2014] Refractory materials are used to provide refractory lining in furnaces, kilns, incinerators, and reactors.
Refractory products are a vital element in all high-temperature processes and represent a substantial global market.
Plibrico Company, LLC, announced the appointment of the Guy Nielson Company to Plibrico's exclusive network of refractory contractors.