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Vesuvius plc provides molten metal flow engineering and technology services to steel and foundry industries worldwide. It operates through Flow Control, Sensor & Probes, and Advanced Refractories segments. The company provides consumables and equipment, which includes binders, coatings, feeding systems, filtration and gating systems, melt shop refractories, metallurgical and pouring control systems, die dressings and coatings, melt treatment products, crucibles, and ceramics for the iron, steel, and nonferrous foundries.
It also offers nonferrous metals, such as primary and secondary aluminum, molten metal systems, and moldable and other products, as well as refractory consumables, analysis, and precast shapes; and other metal and alloy including nickel, vanadium, titanium, ferro alloy, lead, tin, and zinc. In addition, the company provides mineral processing solutions, which includes cement and lime solutions, iron ore pelletizing and calcination products, and grains and powders; and hydro carbon solutions, such as process heaters, FCC units, hydrogen reformers, boilers, coke calciners, and thermal oxidizers, as well as sulphur, ethylene, and ammonia plants. It also offers power generation and incineration; glass products comprising artistic, display, float, hollow, and optical glass; glass tempering, and reheat and forming products; and solutions for solar multicrystal silicon ingots, thin film and cell processing, and feedstock.
Further, it provides iron making comprising stack solutions, casthouse, and iron ladle; steel making, including melting; continuous casting; ingot casting; steel finishing, such as reheat furnaces, steal hot forming, and galvanized and electrical steel; and laser technologies. Vesuvius plc was formerly known as Vesuvius Technologies plc and changed its name to Vesuvius plc in October 2012. The company was founded in 1916 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.
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