News - 13 Sep 2007
The GBC Materials business of Morgan Advanced Ceramics (MAC) offers its dry pressed alumina ceramic balls for use in extremely harsh environments. These rolling, spherical components are said to be...
News - 16 Aug 2007
The solution is based on ABB’s award-winning System 800xA extended automation system and equips Alunorte with a unique capability to control, manage and optimize the plant’s thousands of field...
Article - 28 Mar 2007
The purpose of the Worsley Joint Venture extension was to increase refinery capacity from 1.88mt/pa to 3.1mt/pa at minimal cost, within the shortest project duration.
Article - 15 May 2007
The purpose of this advisory note is to draw your attention to recent major changes within Australian Galvanizing Standards.
News - 12 Apr 2018
There is a new technology emerging from the University of Queensland, Australia, that can potentially transform toxic red mud (bauxite residues) into usable soil. This approach aims to tackle the...
News - 5 Jan 2011
Asia-Pacific is expected to remain as the largest market for clay building materials and clay refractories in the foreseeable future, backed by the rapid pace of infrastructure and industrial...
News - 31 Jan 2015
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "High Temperature Insulation Materials Market by Type, by Temperature, by End-User - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019" report to...
News - 10 Sep 2010
Rio Tinto Alcan will present its leading global aluminium business at the ALUMINIUM 2010 trade fair in Essen, Germany, 14-16 September 2010.
As a global supplier of high-quality bauxite, alumina...
Article - 30 Mar 2022
AFm is abbreviated from ‘alumina, ferric oxide, monsulfate’. The AFm phase of Portland cement refers to a group of similar members of hydrated calcium aluminates that have a hydrocalumite-like...
News - 6 Feb 2018
Research into self-crack-healing structural ceramics has uncovered a novel way of using 3D networks of healing activators as a design approach.
A scientific report published by Toshio Osada on...