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TheBuzz #16 No cement, silicon carbide specialties, & pumpable lightweights are explored in this Fall 2016 edition!
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TheBuzz #15 - Holiday Edition 2015A new partnership, old vs newer technology, & data sheet properties are covered by Dr. Dirt in this special 2015 Holiday Edition!
The Buzz #14 - Spring 2015Thermal expansion, coke oven repair with SAVAGE X™ FS GM, & a plastic manufacturing update are discussed in this Spring edition.
The Buzz #13 - May 2014 X Marks the Spot. SAVAGE X™ makes its debut & Dr. Dirt gives an update on Q-TEK™ super gunning mixes.
The Buzz #12 - March 2013MSSR innovations & plastic line updates are discussed.
The Buzz #11 - July, 2012Improvements in lightweight shotcretes & how to avoid laminations are some of the topics Dr. Dirt explores.
The Buzz #10 - May, 2011Dr. Dirt talks about low cement gunning, refractory shotcrete, & advantages with Q-TEK™ GM.
The Buzz #9 - September, 2010MSSR's cement free technology, lightweight shotcrete, & Q-TEK™ are explored.
The Buzz #8 - May, 2010Dr. Dirt talks about the steel wars and why understanding thermal shock is important.
The Buzz #7- October 2009Dr. Dirt gets into SAVAGE RAM 70-M BLUE & BLACK JACK plastic while also discussing thermal conductivity.
The Buzz #6 - June 2009Learn about the new plastic line & how weather changes affect refractories.
The Buzz #5 - February 2009Air set plastics, ULTRA-TEK VC mixes, & BLACK JACK gun mixes are some topics discussed.
The Buzz #4 - September 2008Dr. Dirt talks about fused silica, CO resistance, & an overall refractory industry overview.
The Buzz Special Cement EditionThe Buzz Special Cement Edition - November 2007
The Buzz #3 - February 2008Lightweight gunning/pumping & phosphate bonded products are looked at.
The Buzz #2 - September 2007Dr. Dirt discusses alkali attack, IMPACT 66 & pumpable lightweights.
The Buzz #1 - June 2007Thermal shock, low cement gunning, & the ULTRA-SET advantage are explored.