Industrial smelting ovens are used to produce various metals, including silver, gold, and other precious metals. They are also used to produce other metals that are used in manufacturing. The smelting process begins by heating the metal to a high temperature. This process makes the metal soft so that it can be easily hammered or cut. The next step is to add a reducing agent, which helps to remove impurities from the metal. After the reducing agent is added, the metal is heated again and melted. This creates a slag on top of the molten metal which allows it to sink to the bottom of the tank. The slag is then skimmed off and the liquid metal is poured into molds to create products.

Serious Injuries

There are many industrial smelting ovens injuries that can occur. Some of the most common are:

-Blast Injuries: These are injuries that occur when the blast of hot air, gas, or molten metal knocks someone down or blows them away.

-Concussion Injuries: These are injuries that occur when the force of the blast waves hits the head or body. They can cause brain damage or death.

-Lung Injury: These are injuries that occur as molten metal and other chemicals seep into the lungs and cause damage to the lungs.

-Hand Injury: These are injuries that occur when molten metal or other chemicals splash onto the hand and burn it.

If you have been injured by a smelting oven, you should contact an attorney. A smelting oven is a dangerous machine that can cause serious injuries.