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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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Iranian producers manufactured over 28,400 tons of aluminum ingots in the seventh calendar month (Sept.
modernised various aspects including: installing a new casting wheel, a metal distribution system, changing the ingot mold design for ingots production and improving the water cooling system with automatic water flow adjustment and an ingot extraction/transportation unit.
More than 90 percent of Iranian zinc ingot has found its way to markets in 14 countries," Saad Mohammadi said.
When that data is coupled with control techniques, manufacturers will have better control of the arc, which will reduce energy costs and improve the quality of the ingots, Oregon BEST officials said.
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.
The report added that IRALCO produced 74,717 tons of aluminum ingots in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year, while the volume of aluminum ingot production in C and Hormozal hit 44,830 and 29,760 tons respectively.
But it was not until I came into possession of two copper ingots that I began fully to understand the significance of the trade and how it connected the Lower Swansea Valley with the Indian sub-continent.
A HAUL of lead ingots weighing more than 1,400kg was discovered by police after reports of suspicious activity near a Birmingham garage.
Most of these studies were done using ingots of Co-Cr alloy as supplied by manufactures.
Niles, Ohio, has pioneered a more efficient way to create titanium ingots with a smaller cross-section, avoiding the hot working step.
A numerical model was created to represent the case of two ingots in a furnace.
Taiwan's biggest manufacturer of silicon ingots, is said to buy furnaces that GT Solar of the United States will build to grow sapphire ingots as part of its efforts to boost sales related to light emitting diode (LED) manufacturing.