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fur·nace

(fŭr'năs),
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing.

fur·nace

(fŭr'năs)
A stovelike apparatus containing a chamber for heating, melting, or fusing dental materials.

furnace,

n an apparatus in which to generate heat.
furnace, inlay,
n a furnace used for eliminating the wax from an inlay mold and establishing the proper condition and temperature of the investment to receive the molten casting gold.
furnace, porcelain,
n a furnace used for fusing, firing, or fusion.
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If your furnace is more than 15 years old or is frequently in need of costly repairs, or if you're planning to add on to your home and need to upgrade your furnace to heat the additional space, consider installing an Energy Star-qualified model.
MIFCO/McEnglevan Ind Furnace Co, 700 Griggs St, PO Box 31, Danville, IL, 61834-0031 tel: 217/446-0941 fax: 217/446-0943#
Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF)--The updated replacement of the traditional open-hearth furnace, the BOF refines molten iron mixed with steel scrap in a process that can take place in under one hour.
Several key items should be considered for safe use of a furnace, box furnace, or other heating element.
For pyrolysis applications, the sample cup free-tails into the furnace where the sample is instantly pyrolyzed with excellent reproducibility, according to the company.
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The cupola furnace generates, worldwide, more than 60% of the liquid iron used for the production of gray and ductile iron castings.