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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TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian industrial official announced that the country exports zinc ingots to 14 countries worldwide.
The technology also can improve furnace safety by monitoring and alerting operators when the arc forms between the electrode and the side wall of the furnace, instead of between the electrode and the ingot.
The Pharaoh of Egypt, the 'superpower' of the Bronze Age, had a regular correspondence with the King of Alasia, who used to send him hundreds of copper ingots, in exchange for luxury goods.
Furthermore, lead ingot production reached 9,500 tons in the first half of this year from 9,400 tons in the same period the previous year, showing a 1.
2012 is set to be an even busier year for Ingot with more major franchise contracts in the pipeline along with new local projects.
The aim of this study was to compare the shear bond strength of sandblasted cast and ingot cobalt-chromium alloy treated with four metal primers to heat-cured and self-cured repair resin.
Inspection showed that these cracks always form in certain locations on the ingot side, which faced the furnace lining (Jandos, 2009).
To finance expansion at its ingot factory, the company will issue convertible corporate bonds to raise as much as NT$750 million (US$25 million).
Ltd (Nasdaq: SOLF), a China-based manufacturer of silicon ingots, wafers and photovoltaic cells and modules, has completed a production capacity expansion.
Emal is currently ramping up to full production in both its smelter and cast house, but once full production for phase one is achieved, the cast house's output will be 13 per cent sow, 30 per cent standard ingot, 38 per cent extrusion billets and 19 per cent sheet ingot.