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Investing in Ceramics: Burleigh Expansion Nearly Doubles Facilities

October 25, 2000
Burleigh started work on a 16,000-square-foot addition to its existing 18,500-square-foot facility in December 1999. Opening of the new addition was scheduled for October 2000.
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The 2000 Equipment Digest

October 25, 2000
The first annual edition of Ceramic Industry'sEquipment Digest lists definitions and suppliers for various types of equipment used in the ceramic industry, from Agglomerators and Grinding Wheels to Isostatic Presses and Thermal Analysis Instruments, and dozens of pieces of equipment in between.
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Measuring Refractory MOE at High Temperatures

October 25, 2000
Recently, the impulse excitation technique (IET) has been proven to provide reliable MOE data at elevated temperatures and virtually continuous measurement capability over a wide temperature range.
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Analyzing Ceramic Powders

October 25, 2000
An automated instrument called the envelope surface area analyzer (ESA) has been developed to reduce the time and costs associated with particle size analysis.
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A New Coating Process for Aluminum

October 25, 2000
A new anodizing technology called the microplasmic process has been developed for all types of aluminum alloys.
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ceramitec Booth Previews

September 28, 2000
Get a glimpse of what's in store at the ceramitec 2000 exhibition.
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RAT - Investing In Ceramics: Danser Expands Facilities

September 28, 2000
Danser, Inc., a vacuum-former of high-temperature ceramic fiber products and a sheet metal fabricator, is nearing completion of a $2 million state-of-the-art vacuum-forming and machining facility.
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Investing In Ceramics: JM Plans for Bright Future

September 28, 2000
In 1998, Johnson Matthey (JM) acquired the Cookson Matthey joint venture and introduced plans to build a new opacifier manufacturing facility in Jacksonville, Fla.
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Slow Grinding

September 28, 2000
Slow grinding doesn't necessarily mean slow production. A few modifications to your current grinding equipment can create better consistency and control at slow wheel speeds, allowing increased production levels.
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Case Study: Dryer/Separator Resolves Sticky Situation

September 28, 2000
An integrated fluid bed dryer and delumper is helping one company dry a difficult, sticky mixture into fine-flowing, dust-free granules.
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