furnace lining


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Noun1.furnace lining - lining consisting of material with a high melting pointfurnace lining - lining consisting of material with a high melting point; used to line the inside walls of a furnace
lining, liner - a protective covering that protects an inside surface
fireclay - a heat-resistant clay
alumina, aluminium oxide, aluminum oxide - any of various forms of aluminum oxide occurring naturally as corundum
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Due to the temperature drop from 1150[degrees]C (the temperature of the copper melt and the furnace lining surface) up to 300-400[degrees]C (the temperature of furnace lining after the copper draining during its heating with gas burners), the lining inevitably cracks.
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Furnace lining was the largest application market for magnesium oxide nanoparticles with demand estimated at over 60 tons in 2013, owing to favorable properties including large surface area, high purity and hardness.
Inspection showed that these cracks always form in certain locations on the ingot side, which faced the furnace lining (Jandos, 2009).
Expected benefits from fluxed-pellet use in the blast furnaces included: increased productivity; reduced energy consumption; increased furnace lining life; and increased reliability and stability of the furnace operation.
which was founded in 1930, is a national leader in high temperature furnace lining supply and work and in the design and building of aluminum molten metal furnaces and delivery systems.
Excess air burners will kill an aluminum furnace lining.
With the operator-entered automatic preheat feature, Melt Manager Plus will turn on the system at a preset time at a reduced power level designed to preheat the furnace lining.
Carbone Savoie is the world's largest manufacturer of cathodes and other furnace lining products used in the smelting process in aluminum production.
This article looks at the reasons behind coreless induction furnace lining wear at Rochester Metal products and explains why melting ductile iron causes a more aggressive erosion of the silica lining.
Precast shapes are being used in the tapping and slag spouts to maintain a more uniform section and reorient the interface line between the spout and main furnace lining.