Josh Sayre and Stephen Karns discuss properties of lightweight aggregates, including HWI’s own GREENLITE® aggregate in this installment of High Temperature Times™. Tune in to learn how GREENLITE® aggregate offers great thermal insulation without sacrificing strength, and why that’s important for its many applications. For more information about GREENLITE® 45L, GUNTECH 60, or any of the other products mentioned in the show, contact us at [email protected]. To read Stephen Karns’ article, ‘The Future is Light’ in June’s Hydrocarbon Processing magazine, visit www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/magazine/hydrocarbon-engineering/june-2020/.
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