In it the steel heats the converter, whereas in the open-hearth and crucible processes the furnace heats the steel.
The converter won't be worth the stuff it's made of if they try to open it.
To mass produce the converter will take time—factories will have to be tooled up for it, and all that.
When the burglars had cut the leads to the converter, everything in the lab had stopped.
By this process, the iron is put into a "converter" along with certain Swedish or Cuban ores to give the product hardness.
He led them over to the wall where the converter had been hidden.
You couldn't do it no more, so you had to buy this converter to go with your radio to get it.
Bending himself had cut them a week before to install the converter.
He boosted me into the chamber of the converter and pointed out an opening near the top, about twelve by twenty-four inches.
They had known about the converter only two weeks, and they had already struck.