13889 Abingdon Acc. (Camden) 57,
iij scale, j tundys.
1573 in Rep. MSS. Ld. Middleton (1911) 437
Making..a forme and a tundishe for the buttrye.
1603 SHAKS. Meas. for M. III. ii. 182
For filling a bottle with a Tunne-dish.
1756 MATTHEWS in Phil. Trans. XLIX. 549
These pits..growing gradually narrower to a center, in shape of a funnel or tundish.
1795 SIR J.DALRYMPLE Let. to Admiralty 3
1892 GREENER Breech-Loader 176
The shot must be poured in through a tundish, and preferably counted with the `Greener Shot Counter', or weighed to measure.
1926 Jrnl. Iron & Steel Inst. CXIV. 74
This tun-dish is provided with one large hole or several smaller holes, dividing the stream of metal into several smaller streams.
1957 Technology Aug. 223/1
Plugged into the base of a fireclay tundish..fed with liquid metal from an electric furnace, is a vertical die of..graphite.
1965 Economist 25 Dec. 1437/2
In the new [spray steelmaking] process, the liquid iron flows from the bottom of a tundish (a container used to keep a constant head of metal).
1975 Petroleum Rev. XXIX. 118/1
The tank vent pipes have now been fitted with tundishes to collect condensate.
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