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Items Tagged with 'energy efficiency'
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.
The application of impulse burning in ceramic combustion began in 1958. The combustion was mainly done with light or heavy oil.
Last week, our readers were very interested in a conference held by Sacmi.
News regarding the worldwide sanitaryware market drew the most attention last week.
An efficient furnace lining is key to reducing overall maintenance costs and ensuring that facilities run reliably without undue revenue loss due to downtime. These five tips can keep your furnace lining running efficiently.
To the neophyte, a kiln may look like a big box with burners and an exhaust system.
An MIT researcher has developed a technique that provides a new way of manipulating heat, allowing it to be controlled much as light waves can be manipulated by lenses and mirrors.
Mantec Technical Ceramics recently introduced high-temperature Bullers™ process control discs. These new discs can ensure a uniform and controlled heatwork profile in thermal monitoring and controlling.
I’ve been so lucky. More than a decade ago, Ceramic Industry asked me to write the Kiln Connection column, and it has brought me great friendships and a wealth of knowledge.