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" ... in the condition of the kiln atmosphere. As a matter of fact, however, repeated tests with a thermoelectric pyrometer demonstrate that the cones commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are... "
The clays of Wisconsin and their uses - Page 35
by Heinrich Ries, F. L. Gallup - 1906 - 259 pages
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that...a position where they can be easily seen through a peephole, the latter should not be opened widely during the burning lest a cold draft strike the cones,...
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that...a position where they can be easily seen through a peephole, the latter should not be opened widely during the burning lest a cold draft strike the cones,...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-3

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources - Mines and mineral resources - 1905
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that...a position where they can be easily seen through a peep-hole, the latter should not be opened wide during the burning, lest a cold draft strike the cones,...
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Clays: Their Occurrence, Properties, and Uses, with Especial Reference to ...

Heinrich Ries - Clay - 1906 - 490 pages
...their misuse may often be the true FIG. 35. Section of kiln showing method of placing Seger cones. reason for irregularities in their behavior. It is...reasonable precautions should be taken in using these test-pieces. The cones are commonly fastened to a brick with a piece of wet clay, and should be set...
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Clays, their occurrence, properties, and uses: with especial reference to ...

Heinrich Reis - Clay - 1908 - 554 pages
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that their misuse may often be the true Fro. 35. Section of kiln showing method of placing Seger cones. reason for irregularities in their...
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Clays: their occurrence, properties, and uses, with especial reference to ...

Heinrich Ries - Clay - 1908 - 554 pages
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that their misuse may often be the tru? FIG. 35. Section of kiln showing method of placing Seger cones. reason for irregularities...
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Bulletin of the University of Texas: Scientific series, Volumes 12-16

1908
...commonly fuse close to the theoretic temperatures. Manufacturers occasionally claim that the cones are unreliable and not satisfactory, forgetting that...a position where they can be easily seen through a peephole, the latter should not be opened widely during the burning lest a cold draft strike cones,...
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