This Halloween, grab an apple cider, nosh on some of your kid's candy, and listen in to learn about the creepiest aspect of the refractory industry... creep. This episode, we talk about the science behind, the testing of, and some real world implications of creep in refractory materials. To handle the last point, HTT brings in Director of Application Technology Bryn Snow to talk about creep in glass tank crowns and Application Leader Stephen Karns to talk about creep in sulfur recovery units. To learn more about creep, creep testing, or any of the creep resistant products mentioned on the show, contact us at Technical-Marketing@ThinkHWI.com.
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