Published on June 8th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney0
Ceramic and glass business news of the weekPublished on June 8th, 2018 | By: Faye Oney
The European Centre for Refractories is organizing its International Colloquium on Refractories, September 26–27, 2018, at Eurogress Aachen, Aachen, Germany. The topic is “Refractories enabling high-temperaturetechnologies.”
The 20th University Conference on Glass and Summer School invites undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about glass to a 5-day conference and summer school and to present their research to fellow members of the glass community. Abstracts are due June 8.
The Investment Board Nepal has called for the expression of interest from interested firms to study the feasibility of constructing a glass manufacturing unit in the country. The plant will be developed and operated through a public-private partnership or private investment model.
Rift Valley Resources is targeting the Longonjo carbonatite in Angola for rare earth exploration. The company is planning a drilling program around the inferred resource to map out the remainder of the rare earth potential of the weathered carbonatite.
AMETEK Brookfield is offering a single-day course on how to get the most out of the Brookfield Viscometer and Rheometer measurements by providing techniques users can understand and use. The course is offered in various cities throughout the U.S.
With the gradual decline of China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) subsidies and plans for China to increase the ratio of foreign capital investments, China’s NEV industry could face a real market challenge.
As modern architecture increasingly looks to smart glass for its unique, functional and environmentally friendly properties, Industrial Minerals correspondent Cameron Perks takes a look at how this may stimulate demand for glass minerals, as well as certain metal oxides.
Corning Incorporated’s EDGE Mesh Module has been named “Data Center Cabling & Connectivity Product of the Year” at the 2018 Data Center Solutions (DCS) Awards in London. This is the sixth consecutive year that a Corning product has won a DCS award.
Advanced manufacturing employment in Tennessee reached new heights in 2018 with more than 425,000 workers employed – the greatest employment level since 2001, according to a new report from Detroit-based LIFT: Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow.
Chinese firm Shenzhen JCN New Energy Technology said Tuesday it is seeking to introduce financial technology in Africa that will boost solar power uptake by targeting low-income households.
Energy innovation in Ohio could have a big payoff: 20,000 new jobs and $25 billion in investment, according to a report released Tuesday. It lays out a vision for what making electric cars and solar panels and becoming more energy efficient could do for the state’s economy.
While cylindrical grinding has been used for some time, its capabilities may not be fully appreciated. New technology, controls, materials and dressing processes, coolant and pump options, and smarter software make today’s machines worth getting acquainted with.
The All India Glass Manufacturers’ Federation organized special sessions to celebrate World Environment Day. The first session’s key message was to adopt glass bottles. The logos showcased India’s commitment to a greener environment.
The Buehler Wilson Reference Block Laboratory in Binghamton, NY, has achieved accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025 by A2LA (American Association for Laboratory Accreditation) for Rockwell, Knoop, Vickers and Brinell hardness test blocks and indenters.
Wilson Auction & Realty Co. Ltd. will liquidate assets of Sem Com Co. Inc. in an online auction. Items include glass production equipment, furnaces, up draw, v-mixers, rolls, and shop tools. Bidding starts June 19 and ends June 22 at 10:00 a.m.
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