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Refractory minerals are used to improve the performance of refractories products by imparting properties such as strength, protection from chemical and physical attack, and slag resistance.
Silicon nitride (Si3N4) and silicon carbide (SiC) systems have been used in industry for many years, and both systems have a range of properties that make them excellent choices in a number of demanding environments.
The country is promoting the development of high-quality, energy-efficient unshaped refractories.
Dr. Joseph Homeny, Director of the Materials Testing Research Center, has announced the next “Introduction to Refractories” Course will be held June 9, 10 and 11 in Westerville, Ohio.Read More
The course is an intensive combination of classroom lectures and laboratory exercises that address most of the significant topics in the field of refractories, both theoretically and experimentally.Read More
Organizers of the 75th Conference on Glass Problems invite engineers, managers, scientists, educators, students and entrepreneurs interested in glass manufacturing to submit an abstract for this premier industry conference.Read More