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News March 2015 | Maintain productivity – exploit potential

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The quality of castings is the be-all and end-all of each and every foundry. However, the productivity of the plants should ideally be increased – after all, one must remain on a growth course. This is why March’s theme of the month deals with the question: Dosing furnaces or conventional ladle systems? Foundry operators are confronted with fundamental decisions when it comes to the modernisation or expansion of their plants. Find out more on how to maintain productivity and exploit potential.

Enjoy reading!
The METEC team

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Monthly topic: Maintain productivity – exploit potential
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Maintain productivity – exploit potential

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South Korean company Neoflam wanted to reduce costs and increase productivity when it opted to acquire a total of seven Westomat dosing furnaces from StrikoWestofen Asia instead of ladle systems.

Not only the significantly lower operating costs but also the easier setup and operation thanks to the new ProDos 3 control convinced the pots and pans manufacturer. Compared to the casting ladle system, dosing furnaces are characterised by higher availability and much lower oxide formation.

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Keep yourself informed: 365 days a year current news from the world of metallurgy. This is what the METEC area Business News has in store for you. Have a look at the article overview:
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• Rösler MultiTumbler – the ideal solution for batch processing
• Schaeffler initiates product safety network
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Artist Günther Uecker at K20

Günther Uecker during construction of exhibition
"Where language fails, the picture starts", was once said by Günther Uecker, and this sentence plays a role through all of the decades of his art production. This man is famous for his nail reliefs, which start to breathe depending on the perspective and the angle of light. However, Uecker is also sculptor, performance artist and filmmaker, and the exhibition at K20 presents every facet of this extraordinary artist.
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