CERAM and fused_cast@technologist.com: new cooperation to the glass industry benefit

CERAM, a global expert in refractory materials, testing and consultancy and fused_cast@technologist.com, the global expert on fused cast refractory, are pleased to announce that, from January 2010, they will be working together on certain projects in the area of fused cast refractory application.  The highly specialized services of fused_cast@technologist.com will enhance CERAM’s fused cast capabilities, thereby benefitting customers throughout the glass industry. With expertise in all fields relating to the testing, selection and usage of refractories, CERAM provides independent evaluation of refractory performance, interpretation and advice.  Their UKAS-accredited testing facility (No. 01013) is used by glassmakers worldwide for a vast range of simulative service tests and high temperature physical property measurements. In addition, their consultants offer failure investigations, refractories analysis and technical advice, to optimize performance and improves processes. www.ceram.comfused_cast@technologist.com is a supplier of innovative services focused on all technical, technological and marketing aspects of fused-cast refractory.

For more info, visit www.fusedcast.com.

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Date: 21 December 2009
Source: www.fusedcast.com

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