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Report - Dyson Precision Ceramics, Brierley Hill, March 2011

TranKmasT

MOP cutout specialist
Regular User
#1
Could find any infomation on the closure of this place. The only clue I found was a date on a clocking in card for the 8th February 2008. The place is very stripped and gives the impression it's been closed a lot longer.
Dyson Precision Ceramics is part of the Dyson Group plc. They produce a range of zirconia/zircon atomising nozzles for use in the powder metallurgy industry. Additionally Dyson manufacture an array of crucibles based upon stabilised Zirconia. The properties of the finished product are determined by both the manufacturing method and the choice of the stabilising media.​

http://www.dysontt.com/main.php?id=9&category=Zirconia Ceramics&temp_type=1

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Some derelict 70s porn. Well before the brazillian wax was invented.​
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These look like the zircon crucibles I saw on the website.
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Thanks for looking.​
 

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