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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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In order to increase the production of heavy plates using the new equipment, NLMK Verona will install an additional furnace for heating ingots during the forging process; and a unit for hot cutting plates by the end of 2015.
com/research/6d72pv/alloy_steel) has announced the addition of the "Alloy Steel Ingots and Other Primary Forms (Excluding of Stainless Steel): European Union Market Outlook and Forecast till 2018" report to their offering.
The volume of aluminum ingot production at the country's three smelters -- Iranian Aluminum Company (IRALCO), the Al-Mahdi Aluminum Corporation (C), and Hormozal -- reached 149,307 tons during the five-month period.
The copper and tin ingots from the Late Bronze Age shipwreck at Uluburun, in U.
Aluminum ingot production exceeded one million tons in the first three years of the country's development plan (2011-2015), showing a growth of 37 percent compared to the figure within the same period in the 4th Development Plan (2005-2009).
Examination of world and Chinese trade of sapphire ingots is provided with demand, supply and shortage information.
Because of their new shape, the new 6kg ingots can also be locked together and packaged only with strapping, doing away with the need for pallets to transport them.
Rehren and Pusch propose that Egyptians exported these ingots to workshops throughout the Mediterranean, where artisans reheated the glass and fashioned it into decorative items.
However, the cost of molten metal could be higher due to the cost incurred on melting twice--once from initial scrap to ingots and again from ingots/sows to molten metal.
The NBI believes that while some of the aluminum ingots had already been melted down more ingots might still be hidden in the Philippines.
It has been proposed that billets and ingots be treated at par for levy to taxes and duties.
ASA, is a leading supplier of monocrystalline ingots to the solar energy industry.