CRT monitors have electronics that provide for optimum analog and digital displays of video frame storage pictures and microcomputer outputs. It works by moving an electron beam back and forth across the back of the screen. Each time the beam makes a pass across the screen, it lights up phosphor dots on the inside of the glass tube, thereby illuminating the active portions of the screen. By drawing many such lines from the top to the bottom of the screen, it creates an entire screen of images.
Crucible Melting Furnaces provides low fuel costs, superior fuel efficiency and precise temperature control for melting of aluminum, zinc and other non-ferrous metals. These furnaces are suitable for melting and pouring directly into the molds or transfer ladles. It has a high thermal efficiency and that differences in temperature does not substantially occur in a molten metal within a crucible and can provide products of uniform quality.
Crucible Preheat Stations can be assembled to a spare cradle assembly prior to preheating to expedite the transfer of the preheated crucible from the station to the furnace bath. It can heat and hold one crucible at 750º F to alleviate thermal shock during replacement installation.