Dyson Technical Ceramics will be exhibiting at Metal Expo 2018 in Moscow, Russia between 13th - 16th November 2018. If you are attending the exhibition please visit Dyson at booth 3A06. For more information about Dyson upcoming and past events, please visit the events page.
Dyson Technical Ceramics would like to thank our customers, partners and friends who visited our stand at the Ankiros fair in Istanbul (25th - 27th October, 2018). Your continued support is very much valued. For more information about Dyson upcoming and past events, please visit the events page.
Dyson Technical Ceramics once again congratulates Liberty OneSteel, Sydney, Australia for extending their casting sequence record. On 5th December 2017 Liberty OneSteel Sydney achieved a record 124 heats. The sequence time was 106 hours, casting 10,540 tonnes of steel on their four-strand billet caster. This new record at Liberty OneSteel surpasses the previous achievement of a 112-heat continuous sequence that was achieved in July 2017. Along with highly skilled maintenance and casting teams, Liberty OneSteel Sydney utilise Dyson's Tundish Metering Nozzles, comprising ultra-high performance ZPZ Zirconia nozzle inserts. Dyson’s [...]
Dyson Technical Ceramics are proud to announce that they now certified to the new ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management standard. Gaining this Certification from BSI involved reviewing and re-writing parts of the quality management system, ensuring a greater focus on risk based thinking. Operations Director – Dave Jordan released the following statement: “Following the audit in January 2017 carried out by BSI we started the work of implementing the processes and procedures enabling us to convert from ISO 9001:2008 to the new [...]
Dyson Technical Ceramics are pleased to announce that Thai and Vietnamese Tundish Metering Nozzle brochures are now available for download. Tundish Metering Nozzles are also available in English, Chinese (Simplified) and Spanish (European & South American). Links to these brochures can be found on the "Tundish Metering Nozzles" product page or the "downloads" section of the website. For more information or to enquire about Dyson's products please submit and enquiry via the contact us page.
All at Dyson Technical Ceramics would like to further congratulate Andy and his team at OneSteel, Sydney, Australia for further extending their casting sequence record to 112 heats on 11th July 2017. The sequence time was 93 hours and 5 minutes casting 9,467 billet tonnes of steel on their four strand exchangeable metering system. This new record at OneSteel surpasses the previous achievement of a 100 heat continuous sequence that was achieved in June 2017. To find out more about [...]
Dyson Technical Ceramics are pleased to announce the introduction of a new graphite composite coating that will be applied to all zirconia metering nozzles used in exchangeable metering systems. Graphite coatings are typically applied to the sliding surfaces of metering nozzles to lubricate the ceramic surface and provide a smooth introduction of replacement nozzles in exchangeable metering systems. The graphite coating has additional benefits of forming a seal between the upper and lower nozzles, which helps in preventing the re-oxidation [...]
Dyson Technical Ceramics congratulates our valued customer: OneSteel Sydney, Australia on achieving a record 100 heat casting sequence using Dyson exchangeable metering nozzles. The sequence was achieved Friday 23rd June to Tuesday 27th June, casting for 84 hours, 37 minutes. 8,584 billets were produced on the facilities 4 strand caster which is equipped with an exchangeable metering system. All at Dyson Technical Ceramics would like to congratulate Andrew Morgan and his team, at OneSteel Sydney on this momentous achievement. Richard [...]
Dyson Technical Ceramics are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ian Reaney as the Dyson Chair in Ceramics at the University of Sheffield's Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Ian Reaney's is a distinguished professor with many years of research leadership in the field of ceramics. “We are delighted to be working with Professor Ian Reaney whose expertise in the crystal chemistry, synthesis, processing and microstructure of ceramics will be invaluable in establishing new business opportunities." Richard Taylor, Managing Director of [...]