Who invented iron smelting?

Answer The Hittites of Asia Minor developed the technology for smelting iron ore in about 1400 B.C., in what is today China and India. For many years, the Hittites controlled both smelting technology and ... Read More »

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The Uses for Copper Smelting?

Smelting is a process of removing metal from ore by heating the ore to burn off sulfur and other impurities and creating an oxide in the process. This oxidated ore is then reduced using coke or cha... Read More »

Who invented the iron box?

An iron box, also known as an "iron lung," was invented by Harvard medical researchers Philip Drinker and Louis Agassiz Shaw in 1927. They used two vacuum cleaners and an iron box to build the prot... Read More »

Who invented the sad iron?

Sad irons were made of metal. The name sad iron means "solid iron." The first sad irons were made in the Middle Ages. There is no known inventor of the first sad iron. Other names of the sad iron a... Read More »

Who invented the hot iron?

The hot iron was invented by Henry W. Seely in 1882. Seely, of New York, patented his electric iron on June 6, 1882. His flat iron weighed 15 pounds, much heavier than today's electric irons.Source... Read More »