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SAIL's R&D Centre for Iron & Steel and REFCOM ink pact for furnaces Print E-mail
Written by Sanjay   
Thursday, 13 January 2011
Kolkata: R&D Centre for Iron & Steel (RDCIS), SAIL in Ranchi has signed an MoU with REFCOM (India) Pvt. Ltd., Purulia for joint development of castable based preshaped/prefired burner blocks for reheating/heat treatment furnaces in steel plants.

With this agreement is expected to enable RDCIS and SAIL to improve burner block life leading to higher availability of reheating furnace and reduction in refractory consumption & refractory cost.

RDCIS, SAIL and REFCOM have, in the past, collaborated on successful development of LC/ULCC products in 1989 and Self flow castables in 2002 for mutual benefits.

In 2004, REFCOM obtained the license from RDCIS, SAIL for manufacturing of Spinnel castables and design configuration of modified impact pads for use in Steel Plants.

The MoU was signed by Shri Aditya Swarup Mathur, Executive Director In-charge, RDCIS, SAIL and Shri Akash Singhania, Director, REFCOM in presence of senior officials of RDCIS.

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