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If you melt metal or hold a molten bath, chances are your operation is unique. Your particular combination of furnaces, alloys, working practices, metallurgical treatments, pouring arrangements and end products are not likely to be duplicated at any other facility. So choosing a crucible that will provide maximum performance for your operation is an individualized and complex task.
This article is designed to serve as a guide for selecting the optimal crucible for your operation. It explains the relationship between metal melting/holding operations and specific crucible characteristics. It provides support for but does not replace the need for metal melters and crucible suppliers to work closely together in the crucible selection process.
Industrial furnaces and kilns rely on high temperature insulation materials to optimize production yield and minimize energy costs, which can rise rapidly if excessive heat escapes from the point of operation.
A working partnership between Morgan Advanced Materials and Renishaw, a global company specialising in industrial metrology and spectroscopy, continues to go from strength to strength.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in the development and deployment of advanced material technologies, has unveiled plans to establish a cutting-edge Carbon Science Center of Excellence at Pennsylvania State University, USA, aimed at driving global developments in the field of carbon research.
Morgan Advanced Materials has introduced to the aviation market a novel means of tackling the risk posed by overheating lithium-ion batteries, following an extensive period of testing in conjunction with Germanwings, part of the Lufthansa Group.
As multi-sector technological developments continue to demand smaller parts with higher performance and improved longevity, Joerg-Uwe Wichert, Manager of New Business for Morgan Advanced Materials, explores why specifying power tubes with an increased dielectric strength is becoming increasingly important in high-voltage applications, particularly at high temperatures