Carboniferous material based on crushed, molded and classified anthracite, especially in different sizes and chemical qualities.
- • For foaming the steel Arc Furnace slag (HEA).
- • In the manufacture of iron pellets.
- • To level the carbon points of the cast steel.
- • Remove part of the oxygen dissolved in the steel.
- • Reducer in chemical processes.
- • Charcoal in steel and foundries.
Anthracite agglomerated in the form of briquettes, manufactured in different grades and coal grader, reducer and frothing slag former.
- • In Electric Arc Furnace (HEA) made of steel.
- • In metallurgical, lime kilns, among others.
It is a filtering agent manufactured on the basis of a meta-anthracite with a high percentage of carbon and selected especially for water treatment.
- • High capacity to retain solids.
- • Filters water softened with CaO, Fe2O3 and MnO2.
- • Filters precipitation such as carbonates and phosphates.
- • Filters alkaline water for boiler feed.
It is a solid residue that is obtained from the distillation or pyrolysis (coking) of the metallurgical coal, which has coking properties.
- • Electric arc furnaces such as deoxidizers, fuel and foaming to produce steel.
- • High furnaces as fuel, reducing agent and load support to produce pig iron.
- • Iron, lead and lead smelting furnace, among others.
- • Baking furnaces of anodes of the aluminum industry.
- • Electric furnaces for the fabrication of ferroalloys.
- • Coke oven as a source of fuel and thermal energy.
- • Cathodic protection against corrosion.
It is a mineral composed of calcium and magnesium double carbonate. In the iron and steel industry, such as the pelletization of iron ore, the sintering process of iron production, the manufacture of calcined dolomite, the manufacture of dolomitic refractories, the glass industry and the sulfur dioxide generating industry, among others.Click to download
It is a sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcium carbonate (CaCO3), with small amounts of minerals such as magnesite, clay, hematite, quartz, among others.
- • In process of iron ore smelting.
- • To reduce sulfur dioxide emissions from combustion products in thermoelectric plants.
- • For the manufacture of Ash Sodium Carbonate.
- • In the sugar industry as part of the purification process.
- • In the glass industry as a flux.
Dolomitic lime resulting from the calcination of the dolomitic stone CaMg (CO3) 2, consisting especially of calcium oxide, magnesium oxide and other oxides.
- • In Electric Arc Furnaces (HEA) as MgO carrier and foamed slag former.
- • In the manufacture of refractory products.
- • To manufacture electrofused products.
- • To produce metallic magnesium and magnesite.
Magnesite from its calcination to death at temperatures above 1500 ° C.
- • As a carrier of MgO in Electric Arc Furnaces (HEA).
- • Manufacture of refractories of MgO, Al203 - MgO and Cr203 - MgO.
- • Manufacture of electrofused magnesium, spinel and metallic magnesium.
Briquette Slag Conditioner
Caustic agglomerated magnesite, in briquettes in the form of a pillow, by pressure effect, developed in a roller press.
- • As a carrier of MgO in the Electric Arc Furnaces (HEA), saturating the slag with MgO during steelmaking.
- • Foam slag maker in Electric Arc Furnaces (HEA).
Raw material composed basically of olivine sand, with an adequate granulometric distribution and a high resistance to the operating temperature, which prevents sintering and allows to improve its fluidity in the casting pit - EBT.
- • It is used as filling material in the bottom casting (EBT) pouring holes of the electric arc furnaces.
It is a sodium bentonite or natural clay that contains a high portion of sodium montmorillonite.
- • As a binding agent in the production of iron pellets.
- • As a binder of quartz sand for casting molds.
- • Preparation of drilling muds from wells of water, oil and natural gas.
- • In civil engineering and foundations.
- • In the industry of detergents, paint, agriculture and wine, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, among others.