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GMT - Synthetic Diopside: A Substitute For Dolomite

February 1, 2001
Independent studies have shown that a new raw material for glassmaking can accelerate the melting and refining process.
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ceramitec 2000: A Show To Remember

January 3, 2001
ceramitec 2000, held October 17-21, 2000, in Munich, Germany, set a new record in visitor and exhibitor statistics. Following is a glimpse of what visitors to ceramitec saw as they walked the show floor.
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Investing In Ceramics: MetaConsort - A New Name In Decal Paper

January 3, 2001
In the summer of 2000, Hoffmann and Engelmann and Donside decided to combine their experience and expertise to form a new joint venture in Neustadt, which they called MetaConsort GmbH.
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Understanding Rheology

January 3, 2001
Understanding the factors that affect rheology can enable manufacturers to change the rheology characteristics of the slip and optimize its performance in sanitaryware production.
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Raw and Manufactured Materials for Ceramics: 2001 Overview

January 2, 2001
Sales and production of most materials increased in 1999 and are poised for further success in the near future. This article presents an overview of the markets for some of the most widely used materials in the ceramic industry.
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BCR - Sealed with a Fiberglass Rope

January 2, 2001
New kiln car seals are saving both time and money for Boral Bricks' Macon, Ga., plant.
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BCR - Innovation in Brick Masonry & More New Plants

January 2, 2001
More than 500 plant managers, supervisors and others affiliated with the brick industry gathered in Clemson, S.C., October 1-3 for the 46th International Brick Plant Operator’s Forum.
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BCR - A Wet Solution to Emissions Control

January 1, 2001
High performance and low operating costs could make wet scrubbers a brick manufacturer’s best option for meeting the new MACT standards.
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GMT: Laser Splitting Flat Panel Displays

December 4, 2000
An abundance of research has resulted in new technology proven to quickly and cleanly cut FPDs without generating internal stresses.
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A Grain of Niobium:<br>Additives for the Ferrite Industry

November 21, 2000
Adding niobium during the manufacturing process has been reported to reduce power loss in ferrites at high frequencies and to increase their permeability over a wide range of frequencies.
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