Steel

Steel

Dyson Technical Ceramics™ manufactures and supplies various products to the steel industry. Our materials are continuously developed through our Research and Development laboratory in order to ensure our products are always one step ahead of the competition and to satisfy…

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Tundish Metering Nozzles

Tundish Metering Nozzles

Dyson™ manufactures a comprehensive range of zirconia tundish metering nozzles used for the continuous casting of steel. Nozzles can be supplied in zirconia or zircon, either as solid nozzles or enclosed within a co-moulded outer body. The composite nozzle method of…

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Tundish Metering Nozzles

Tundish Metering Nozzles

Dyson™ manufactures a comprehensive range of zirconia tundish metering nozzles used for the continuous casting of steel. Nozzles can be supplied in zirconia or zircon, either as solid nozzles or enclosed within a co-moulded outer body. The composite nozzle method of…

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Zirconia Crucibles

Zirconia Crucibles

Dyson Technical Ceramics™ manufactures a wide range of Iso-statically pressed Crucibles based upon partially stabilised Zirconia. The properties of the finished product are determined by both the manufacturing method and the choice of stabilising media. Oxides of Calcia, Magnesia and Yttria…

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Atomising Nozzles

Atomising Nozzles

A range of Zirconia/Zircon atomising nozzles is manufactured for use in the Powder Metallurgy industry. Atomising nozzles are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, many to the requirements of individual customers. Applications include the casting and atomisation of…

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