All of the courses are suitable for anyone involved in a range of different industries, from petrochemical, glass and cement to iron/steel and energy.
R1 – Refractory Materials & Application Areas
Cleveland, Ohio, US – Monday 29 April
Stoke-on-Trent, UK – Tuesday 7 May
The basic building blocks that make up the structure of a refractory material, where they are used and how they are made.
The scope of the module is to be able to:
- Understand how refractories are made
- What determines their properties and how they behave
- Distinguish between insulating and dense materials
- Determine the differences between product types (e.g. low alumina, high alumina, chrome, magnesia brick, etc.)
R2 – Understanding Refractory Properties & Links to Performance
Cleveland, Ohio, US – Thursday 2 May
Stoke-on-Trent, UK – Wednesday 8 May
The principles of refractory testing and its limitations and the importance of material specification data sheets and the information they provide.
- Material specification and supplier data sheets
- Various test methods and what information can be used for selection and predicting in-service conditions.
Please visit Lucideon’s website to find out more and register your interest: www.lucideon.com/ceramics.
Lucideon can also hold courses at your site or online.
Contact Caroline Mullington, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more details.