Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / September 26, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / September 5, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / August 29, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / August 27, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / August 25, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / August 19, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Depression Refractory Mix For The Backyard Foundry.
RecoverySoft / August 17, 2018

This old time foundry refractory mix for crucible or cupola furnaces was adopted by financially strapped foundry owners during the great depression, everyone suffered financial hardships during those days, so there was a lot of improvisation going on, now the backyard founder can save money making a home brew just like the old timers did. First off, you need to make up a mixture of grog, i.e. slag free old broken firebricks, break them up into 50%-pea size & 50 % Walnut size. Place the grog mix in a large bucket or drum, and fill the drum with water until the grog is well covered; leave to soak until there is no sign of air bubbles. Follow the next few steps carefully, as the amounts are made up by volume& not weight. Take “three volumes” of the now very wet 50/50-grog mix and add “two volumes” of good fire clay. (The measuring volumes can be made up of anything from a small tin to a large bucket, depending on the quantity you may need) Mix thoroughly and temper it like moulding sand with a water glass mix of 50% water glass & 50% water. Water glass is the old name…

Power For Recovery And Achievement Today
RecoverySoft / May 7, 2018

As we sort through our past days, months, years, most of us see where we’ve been hurt, where we’ve failed and flailed against a seemingly invisible enemy who takes on different faces and circumstances to defeat us. Oh, there’s a glimpse of greatness every now and then, when we held back those dark forces and found that hero in us, but even those achievements, when viewed honestly, were riddled with imperfection. We have such noble and grand dreams and plans for tomorrow but, how do we break through the defeat of our past to make tomorrow the bright place we desire? The goal seems too high to ever be met. This article will reveal the answer, the one key to recovery from the past and achievement for the future…today. Past Failure And Abuse: All of us have been abused in some way, by ourselves or others. Some have horrific stories of long-term abuse by a parent or sibling. Others have abused themselves, with drugs, crime and other destructive behaviors. Most of us come to a point in our lives when we realize, after years of fits and starts, we’ve failed at achieving a fraction of our past hopes and dreams,…

Learn Why A Data Center Disaster Recovery Plan is Essential For Your Business
RecoverySoft / April 22, 2018

A data center disaster recovery plan is something you need to consider right now. Unfortunately, it cannot wait until things slow down, when you’ve been able to put enough cash away, or when it is simply more convenient. It doesn’t work that way. Every business needs a data center disaster recovery plan. Without one, you will not be able to recover from a disaster. Businesses that make the mistake of ignoring this advice pay dearly for doing so. These businesses instead focus on what they consider to be “real” problems, like this week’s meetings, proposals, and regular deadlines. While data center disaster recovery plans don’t have fixed time lines, one could become necessary for your company at any time. But if it is not in place before disaster strikes, it will not be possible to recover the data. There is no way to tell when a disaster may strike or when a problem may occur. Maybe a natural disaster will affect your business tonight. Or maybe your servers will fail over the weekend. The need for a data center disaster recovery plan could surface at any time. Yes, the odds are in your favor and you will likely never need…