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Data Evaluation

August 16, 2019

This is how Saveway would examine your data. This is a cleaner demonstration, meaning that the furnaces ran rather smoothly. Saveway plots data to explain to the customer how many heats they are getting, and also comparing differences from previous campaigns. Saveway does this regularly and are always honest with the customer. Safety is our business!

 

Data evaluated is for furnaces 1 – 7 and months June and July.  It appears that you had not been running for July 4th holiday, so keep that in mind while looking at heat counts.

 

 

 

Above you will see plotted data for Furnace 1, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 1 ran approx. 118 heats

    • It appears everything ran well with only a bit of downtime between campaigns.

  • In July, Furnace 1 ran approx. 116 heats

    • Ran consistent

      • NOTE: Furnace 1 in July only ran 2 less than in June, even with the 4th of July break.

 

 

 

 

 

Above you will see a month of plotted data for Furnace 2, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 2 ran approx. 145 heats

    • Certain segments had dropped faster than others possibly due to uneven lining placement. If the crucible isn’t placed evenly, the lining is packed more on one side than another.

  • In July, Furnace 2 ran approx. 130 heats

    • Same here with the uneven lining.

      • NOTE: It is not 100% certain that the cause is uneven lining, if you have a different hypothesis please share with a Saveway Personnel.

 

 

Above you will see a month of plotted data for Furnace 3, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 3 ran approx. 150 heats

    • Segment 3 seemed to drop first followed by segment 2.

  • In July, Furnace 3 ran approx. 149 heats

    • July seemed to run a longer campaign to make up for July 4th loss.

 

 

 

 

Above you will see a month of plotted data for Furnace 4, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 4 ran approx. 229 heats

    • Consistent trends, great production

  • In July, Furnace 4 ran approx. 187 heats

    • Same here, consistent trend and great production

 

 

 

Above you will see a month of plotted data for Furnace 5, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 5 ran approx. 294 heats

    • Consistent trend, great production

  • In July, Furnace 5 ran approx. 185 heats

    • Consistent trend, however shorter campaigns than June

 

 

Above you will see two months of plotted data for Furnace 6, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • In June, Furnace 6 ran approx. 215 heats

    • Segment 3 seemed to drop first followed by segment 2.

    • Segment 3 had dropped significantly from June 6th – June 12th

  • In July, Furnace 6 ran approx. 154 heats

    • July seemed to have a lot more breaks in production.

 

 

Above you will see a month of plotted data for Furnace 7, with June on the left and July on the right.

  • Since this furnace hasn’t been ran, there is no data.

 

 


 

 

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