Ingot


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Ingot

A bar of metal such as the type that the Federal Reserve System uses to store gold reserves.

Ingot

A bar of gold. The Federal Reserve, most banks, and some brokerages store gold in ingot form.
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It specializes in the production of thick plates and the forging of ingots used for the production of mill rolls, thick plates, turbine rotors, etc.
The feature that seems to represent an oxhide ingot is located in the lower middle part of the panel and at first glance appears to be simply a small rectangle; each side is about 100mm in length.
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The calculations describe a time period of up to 5 minutes after placing the ingot in the furnace.
Sow, standard ingots, sheet ingots and extrusion billets are all being cast and delivered to clients.
Evidently, the need for reducing the remelting rate in order to increase the quality of the ingot may restrict the application of ESR TC2 ingots of a relatively small weight (possibly 50--60 t).
Anne Brennan, of Dwyran, a descendent of Thomas Fanning Evans, a former lessee of the Parys Mountain copper mountain, presented the ingot to the Amlwch Industrial Heritage Trust which runs the Copper Kingdom.
SunPower Corporation, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of solar cells and solar panels, has signed a silicon ingot supply agreement for 2007 with REC SiTech AS.
a Bedford, Ohio-based brass and bronze ingot manufacturing company, looks at the current prices being paid for copper scrap and asks a question few do: Have the copper market's dynamics permanently changed, with higher prices being the norm?
This 80/20-100/0 ratio allows for a higher pure ingot makeup, which provides better mechanical properties due to fewer oxides and tramp elements.
Technical sales director, John Titley: 'The standard zinc ingot feeder has been in use for more than 25 years, and was designed for single and small quantity feeder mechanisms of the day.
For example, at the ancient Egyptian city of Amarna, archaeologists found ceramic vessels from more than 3,300 years ago that may have served as ingot molds.