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Magneco/Metrel


Origin In 1981, Magneco/Metrel was formed by a merger of two small companies, Magneco who made fired shapes and Metrel who made monolithic refractories. The concentration was to be on innovation and the creation of value to the customer by lowering the cost of his production. Early product combinations of Magneco/Metrel were refractory stool inserts with Metrel mortars, coatings and patch materials; Magneco dams, weirs and baffles combined with Metrel low cement castables and tundish veneers. Blast Furnace Cast House Refractories which evolved from: Fast drying shovel set and rammable materials using colloidal silica as a binder; to resin bonded ramming Mixes and shapes made from low cement castables licensed from Kawasaki’s Refractories, starting in 1983.

Location

Headquarters
223 W. Interstate Road
Addison , Illinois , 60101
United States


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