[Non-DoD Source] Re: [RealSTMFC] Charging Ladles on flat cars
Gatwood, Elden J SAD
And another great load: refractory shipped on pallets, banded. The steel industry and foundries went through refractory like you wouldn’t believe.
There was a great “Mr. Plaster” load I made dozens of for this purpose.
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They are indeed. The refractory more often.
I’d venture two to several times a year, up to a couple years, but an on-going process, with so many ladles in play.
They were sometimes made on-site, but there were off-line makers, including Pugh, Treadwell, etc.
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Daniel A. Mitchell
Not the same kind of ladle, but Artitech does a nice slag-ladle load, complete with blocking.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text