Definition of Ganister. Meaning of Ganister. Synonyms of Ganister

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Definition of Ganister

Ganister
Ganister Gan"is*ter, Gannister Gan"nis*ter, n. (Mech.) A refractory material consisting of crushed or ground siliceous stone, mixed with fire clay; -- used for lining Bessemer converters; also used for macadamizing roads.

Meaning of Ganister from wikipedia

- A ganister (or sometimes gannister ) is hard, fine-grained quartzose sandstone, or orthoquartzite, used in the manufacture of silica brick typically used...
- number of different names, such as underclay, fireclay, flint clay, and ganister can be applied to a specific seatearth. Underclay is a seatearth composed...
- made from ganister, a sort of sandstone and from fireclay from the Stannington pot clay seam which was prevalent in the Loxley area. Many ganister and fireclay...
- Huntingdon, on the Juniata River. In the vicinity are found bituminous coal, ganister rock, fire clay, and some timber. A major Easter gr**** factory is located...
- contain larger crystals Flint – Cryptocrystalline form of the mineral quartz Ganister – Hard, fine-grained quartzose sandstone, or orthoquartzite Gossan – Intensely...
- counted. The po****tion was 5,791 at the 2010 census. Coal, iron ore, ganister, and limestone are found in the vicinity. In the past, the borough had...
- outdoor recreational region with extensive forests and scattered deposits of ganister rock, coal, fire clay, and limestone. Historically, the region surrounding...
- had a total area of 14,976 square inches (96,620 cm2). In 2008, Marie Ganister and Glenda Castelli created a 146 feet (45 m) BLT – a sandwich which was...
- enabled gravity trackways to be used to transport the Ganister down to the valley bottom. The Ganister was also quarried in at least one location in the woods...
- though, the original 'acidic' liner, made from siliceous sandstone or ganister, of the Bessemer converter was replaced by a 'basic' liner in the developed...
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