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May 13

Environmental regulations are keeping Chinese prices for refractory materials high, but demand is also on the rise.

Increasing demand for refractory materials pushed China’s refractories output up to 9.45 million tonnes in the first half of 2018. Magnesia and graphite prices remained firm because of the knock-on effects of environmental regulations. China’s total output of refractory materials was 9.45 million tonnes in the first half of the year, up by 4.80% year-on-year, …

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May 06

Refractories in the British Isles

This report is a review of the development of the refractories industry in the British Isle which for the purposes of this paper includes both the north and south of Ireland geologically if not politically and covers mainly the last 300 years with a summary of the current situation and future possible developments.

Abr 29

Mineralogy and Thermodynamics in Refractories

This paper summarises the main content of a presentation given at the 53 Annual Symposium on Refractories sponsored by The St. Louis Section and Refractory Ceramics Division of the American Ceramic Society when receiving the T.J. Planje St. Louis Refractories Award in 2017. Mineralogical approaches including the work with phase diagrams can be very useful …

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Abr 22

Magnesia Market Summit: MagForum 2018 Review

INFORMED’s MagForum 2018 conference was held 17-20 June, at the Grande Elysée Hotel, Hamburg/DE. With 230 international attendees networking and discussing the key issues influencing the industry, it was the largest yet. The event was stimulated with a diverse programme presented by leading experts. Home to speciality magnesa supplier Lehmann & Voss & Co./DE, and …

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Abr 15

China’s magnesia prices firm on strict environmental inspections

Magnesia production hubs in China are continuing their efforts to reduce negative environmental impact, while domestic magnesia prices firm and export prices hold steady on low demand. Following China’s closure of companies in the Dashiqiao magnesia production hub that failed to meet environmental standards and the Haicheng government’s progress in consolidating the magnesia industry in …

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