We thought we had sufficient capital and credit to justify the building of one blast furnace.
The product as it comes from the blast furnace is called pig-iron.
“We stand about as much chance as a snowball in a blast furnace,” said Garry.
Well, where could we set up a blast furnace with not a dollar in the party?
In a smother of foam she came on, the explosions roaring like a blast furnace.
So he invented (in 1828) a hot blast for the blast furnace (Fig. 9).
The figures here given represent the blast furnace, and all the details of the air-heating at one view.
In a moment, the room was like the inside of a blast furnace.
The ladle is exactly similar to that which is used in pouring out the metals that are melted in the blast furnace.
The fires of hell, hotter than any blast furnace had ever been, seethed within them.