furnace lining


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to furnace lining: pusher furnace
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for furnace lining

lining consisting of material with a high melting point

References in periodicals archive ?
The input parameters for 2D simulations were set as follows: ingot temperature: 600[degrees]C, furnace lining temperature: 1,150[degrees]C, the distance between the ingot and the furnace wall: 1 m, as in Fig 1.
We provide kiln furniture and furnace lining for all kinds of electronic materials including electronic components, phosphor, lithium battery anode and cathode materials, and special ceramics.
This article will look at the possible causes of coreless induction furnace lining wear, and explain why melting ductile iron will cause a more aggressive reduction of the silica lining than when melting gray iron.
Cold restarts of a previously sintered furnace lining address a different set of issues than does the initial sinter, but the thermal issues are similar.
Tenders are invited for Magnesia Carbon Bricks For Electric Arc Furnace Lining As Per Rwp Specification No.
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.
Chicago, the company that had provided an earlier furnace lining for the foundry, developed a new castable lining with special additives to provide a more durable oxide barrier for severe molten aluminum environments.
If the foundry is experiencing a changing ground resistance with their furnace, it is often the product of a faulty delonizer instead of the usual association with water leaks, faulty capacitors or furnace lining problems.
The longest lasting furnace lining was an 8240 ton throughput (Fig.
While most of the suspended materials make it to the surface, some become attached to the sidewalls of the furnace lining.
Iron pyrite also was tested, but the foundry found problems with S saturating the furnace lining and negatively affecting the ductile production.
The furnace linings available to today's aluminum metalcaster shed the least amount of heat in history and save considerable BTU.
Clinotherm, which was assisted in 2003 by grants from Derwentside District Council and Durham County Council, has previously won a pounds 412,000 contract for the supply of linings to a hot dip galvanising line in Shanghai, China, and has also won contracts in the USA and South Africa for forging furnace linings.
The business, which is also based in Cologne and Cleveland, specialises in the ceramic welding of furnace linings in the coke and glass making industries.
Applications analyzed and reported in this study include refractory uses such as furnace linings, construction & ceramics and precision industries such as aerospace, advanced electronics and others.