Good morning Glassmakers!

Date: 16 November 2009

Another day begins, old and new issues, old and new opportunities. But when you need to plan for a major furnace repair, it is time for collecting the best resources of your technical offices, focus on the weak and strong points of your campaign going to finish, plan for changes in the design aimed to improve performance, reduce costs or simply adequate your project to changed marketing conditions.

Together with regenerators packaging, fused cast refractories are in the limelight.

You may have understood that cheap alternatives are now available in the market for the procurement of fused cast refractory, but it is hard to know what is and what is not feasible without assuming unacceptable risks; though the incidence of refractory price on the cost per glass unit for the whole campaign may suggest that no major risks should be accepted buying cheap refractory, considerations about capital expenditure may drive your financial department toward a cheap procurement.

So, who can help understanding the real level of risk linked to such a policy?

And more, is there differences among the tenths (yes, it is really so!) of cheap fused cast manufacturers who are now available in western markets through hundreds of agents and promoters?

You may be in need of some help here, and you need help from somebody really INDEPENDENT from suppliers and yet with the insight of a well reputed player in the market.

Until a year ago you had no other alternative but asking suggestion from somebody involved in the business… frankly not the best option.

Now you have the alternative to call fused_cast@technologist.com for any issue relevant of fused cast refractory, including the above mentioned examples.

It is very easy, just visit the website: www.fusedcast.com

Take your time to review the introduction pages and enjoy some of our news; in the “contacts” section you will see several alternatives for a direct contact. Use it for a query about your issues and we will respond timely and without obligations.

 

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