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Swindell Dressler Sanitaryware Kiln Commissioning is Top News

This weekly roundup highlights the ceramic, glass, brick and related news stories that garnered the most attention during the previous week.
By Susan Sutton
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Last week, readers were most interested in news regarding a Swindell Dressler sanitaryware shuttle kiln.


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Carbon - Something Old, Something New

Processing requirements for carbon-based products are as variable as the allotropic forms of carbon itself.
By Don Buszinski, Bill Harasty, and Ralph Ruark
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Carbon is one of the earliest known elements. It was used by the Egyptians and Sumerians in the form of charcoal around 3750 B.C. for the reduction of copper, zinc, and tin ores in the manufacture of bronze.


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Swindell Dressler Completes Kiln Commissioning

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Swindell Dressler recently announced it has completed the commissioning of a new sanitaryware shuttle kiln.
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Harper Receives $38M for Carbon Fiber Production Systems

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Harper International recently announced it has been selected by a prominent company for its production-scale carbon fiber conversion line.
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WASHINGTON MILLS: Product Development Services

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This company offers product development services to companies looking to experiment with ideas for new or modified raw material formulations.
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Company Installs Sacmi Production Line for Ceramic Slabs

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The company has installed a new production line for ceramic slabs.
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Creating a Cleaner World through Radio Frequency Systems

RF ceramic substrate drying technology is being implemented around the globe to address increasing automotive regulations.
By Timothy D. Clark
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Radio frequency (RF) heating and drying systems were first developed in the early 1940s and have been used by the ceramic and glass fiber industries for over 50 years.


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Impulse Firing Technology

Impulse burners can help ceramic manufacturers save energy and comply with emissions guidelines.
By Ralph Kiem
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The application of impulse burning in ceramic combustion began in 1958. The combustion was mainly done with light or heavy oil.


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Mantec to Exhibit at Indian Ceramics

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Mantec Technical Ceramics recently announced it will exhibit at Indian Ceramics, which will take place February 26-28 at the Gujarat University Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad.
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LINN HIGH THERM GmbH: Furnaces

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Two new fast laboratory furnaces are now available for brazing, annealing, ashing, tempering, sintering, reducing, pyrolysis, etc.: VMK (up to 1800°C) and VMK-S/Vac (up to 1200°C).
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