Synonyms for fireclay or Related words with fireclay

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Examples of "fireclay"
In 1911, Twyford continued to expand his fireclay works: the first fireclay works was erected opposite the Cliffe Vale works. In 1912, Twyford built another local fireclay works on Garner Street in Etruria. In 1896, Twyford's firm became a private limited company, with Twyford initially serving as its chairman.
RUL is a critical property for refractory bricks, which basically reflects the service temperature of the bricks, raw materials, etc. (Refractoriness Under Load) RUL values(T0.6 @0.2MPa) for fireclay-based refractory bricks are usually below 1500 °C. for medium duty fireclay bricks only at about 1300 °C,high duty fireclay bricks at 1350 to 1420 °C, superduty fireclay bricks between 1420 and 1500 °C (sometimes even higher than 1500 °C). Such properties could vary depending different industrial standards,different companies in different areas.
The adjacent Birkhill Fireclay Mine is in the Bo'ness area and is an integral part of the town's history. Falkirk Council announced in February 2013 that the Fireclay mine would close permanently.
Fireclay Caverns are located in the heritage-listed Mount Morgan Mine site in Queensland, Australia.
Gartcosh Fireclay Works was established by James Binnie in 1863. Although mostly concerned with firebrick manufacture, during the early years its output was much more varied, extending to garden vases and pedestals, garden edges, fountains, chimney cans, roof tiles, cattle troughs, sewage pipes and other products. It was one of a group of such businesses in the area, with others at Cardowan, Garnkirk, Heathfield and Glenboig. Gartcosh Fireclay Works eventually closed down in the 1950s, when local supplies of fireclay were exhausted.
Underclay which consists of siliceous refractory clay rich in hydrous aluminium silicates, is also called fireclay. Just as not all underclays are fireclays, not all fireclays are underclays. Within Carboniferous and other coal-bearing strata, fireclay quite commonly comprises many underclays. The alteration of sediments by weathering, plants, and other soil processes comprising underclay resulted in the formation of vast majority of fireclay that comprises underclay.
All Fireclay Tile products contribute LEED points to any project. A strong focus on keeping products and business within the USA, close to the source of the materials, and crafted in an environmentally conscious, recycle-heavy manner helps Fireclay Tiles achieve LEED recognition. Additionally, Fireclay has inaugurated a new use for sawdust, using local sawdust refuse from a furniture factory as cushioning for tile. Although traveling long distances across the country (including HI and AK), sawdust has proved itself as an efficient and green alternative to non-recyclable packing peanuts. Fireclay ships (free to customer ) with 100% recycled cardboard and reused crates, and to offset the inevitable carbon emissions from shipping, Fireclay Tile maintains an active partnership with Carbonfund.org.
1953: The Cliffe Vale Fireclay factory was reconstructed, having suffered bomb damage during World War II.
Fireclay markets two tiles, of white (Vitrail series) and red, recycled (Debris series) bodies.
Chief Ceramicist Paul Burns started making tile at just ten years of age, and after working at Stonelight Tile, he, his college roommate Martin Zepeda, and three others created Fireclay Tile in San Jose in 1986. The following year Fireclay developed its own product line, called Colonia, which consisted of 4x4 and 6x6 tiles and corresponding trim pieces. In 1988 Fireclay began to manufacture their own glazes, and made the choice to do so without lead, making Fireclay a pioneering company as far as environmentalism.
A brick and tile works was located at Doura in 1895 and by 1908 a fireclay works is recorded.
From the mid-19th century onwards, Gartcosh became prominent in industry with the opening of iron works and fireclay works.
The OS map for the mid 18th century shows a clay mill, fireclay works and kilns at Buckreddan on the Bannoch Road. Fire clay is used in the manufacture of fire bricks. The clay is resistant to high temperatures and is suitable for lining furnaces, as fire brick, and manufacture of utensils used in the metalworking industries. Fireclay was also worked at Perceton.
Fireclay is often found close to coal seams and the Accrington area had many collieries. At the end of the Ice Age, the River Calder was blocked and formed a large lake in the Accrington area. The sediment from this lake produced the fireclay seams and local coal was available to fire it.
Troopers' Hill chimney is a local landmark. St George was a mining area from the early 19th century (coal and fireclay) until 1904 when the last fireclay mines were abandoned. Troopers Hill was declared as a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) on 22 June 1995.
With the end of hostilities, the estate was briefly owned by the Leeds Fireclay Company Limited before being sold to Industrial Settlements Incorporated in 1919.
Industrial Settlements Incorporated purchased the estate from Leeds Fireclay Company in 1919 for £30,000. The estate became known as the Preston Hall Colony.
Other principle coal seams in the South Staffordshire Coalfield include Brooch, Flying Reed, Upper Heathen, Stinking (sulphur), New Mine, Fireclay and the famous Thick Coal.
Acid brick comes in multiple varieties. The most frequently used variety is red shale. Others include fireclay, silica brick, and carbon brick.
A seldom-photographed railway emerged from the fireclay drift mine then ran parallel to the Lowca Light railway along the clifftop to Micklam brickworks.