Articles by Christine Grahl

Case Study: Improving Production with Automated Batching

February 1, 2002
A new, fully automated batching system has improved accuracy, efficiency and dust collection for one well-known refractories manufacturer.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Commercializing Nanomaterials

January 1, 2002
Nanophase Technologies Corp. is leading the way in what some have termed “the next industrial revolution.”
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BCR: State-of-the-Art Dehacking & Unloading

January 1, 2002
Over 700 people attended the 47th International Brick Plant Operator’s Forum (IBPOF), held October 1-3, 2001, in Clemson, S.C.
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Raw & Manufactured Materials: 2002 Review & Forecast

January 1, 2002
Increasing imports, continued consolidation, high energy prices and high labor costs all affected raw and manufactured materials producers—and in many cases the prices they passed along to their customers—in 2000.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Advanced Ceramics' Market Prospects for 2002 and Beyond

January 1, 2002
The markets have been difficult for many advanced ceramic manufacturers over the past year, but there are a wealth of new opportunities on the horizon as we enter the next “boom” in ceramic demand.
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PPP: Creating Unique Art With Commercial Glazes

December 1, 2001
According to Scott Causey, a renowned ceramic artist known for his glazing techniques, people who don’t consider commercial glazes are missing out on a valuable tool.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE - Association Update: The Porcelain Enamel Institute

December 1, 2001
The Porcelain Enamel Institute (PEI) remains dedicated to “advancing the common interests of porcelain enameling plants and suppliers of porcelain enameling materials and equipment.”
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Exploring the Nanoparticle Potential

December 1, 2001
More than 80 people attended Business Communication Co.’s (BCC) Fine, Ultrafine and Nanoparticles 2001 conference, held in Chicago, Ill., October 14-17.
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Increasing Efficiencies with Synthetic Dies

December 1, 2001
TG Green is proving that synthetic dies can offer quick paybacks in production and quality improvements.
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Inside CI: Sometimes Good Things Start Small

December 1, 2001
Today, while much of the developments in nanoscale science and engineering are still taking place in research labs, an increasing number of people in the manufacturing arena are starting to sit up and take notice.
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