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 IRE Rules and regulations Updated  Corus Shows off its Latest Showpiece Technology Centre


 The Role of Graphite and B4C on the Technological Properties and Oxidation Resistance of AMC and MAC Refractories


Next Issue - Foundries Conference Special


For Stainless Steel and Carbon Steel our Refractory Know How and Support is Second to None


When it comes to the manufacture of refractories there’s no-one better to call on than LWB. Whether design, commissioning, installation, maintenance or inspection, our specialists have the expertise to provide a range of services that are second to none, whilst our stringent continuous quality control procedures ensure that we deliver optimum durability and operating costs, no matter how demanding your refractory requirement.


 Dolomite refractories for the production of Stainless Steel  Fired and tempered dolomitic ladle linings for Stainless Steel plants and EAF mini mills


 Mag carbon linings for electric arc furnaces and BOF vessels  Tempered mag carbon and dolomite qualities for ladle linings used in the production of carbon steel


LWB Refractories are a major supplier to Outokumpu and offer a complete refractory service to stainless and carbon steel melt shops worldwide.


LWB Refractories Ltd 1st Floor, Unit 2, Meadowcourt 1 Hayland Street, Sheffield S9 1BY United Kingdom Tel: +44 (114) 26 26 444 Fax: +44 (114) 26 26 440 Email: info@lwbref.com www.lwbref.com


THE REFRACTORIES ENGINEER


THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF REFRACTORIES ENGINEERS Incorporating news from the Electric Steel Makers Guild


July 2006


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