Iron Ore & Pellets

Iron ores are rocks and minerals from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. Iron ore pellets are to be used as raw material for blast furnaces.

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Limestone has numerous uses: as a building material, as aggregate for the base of roads, as white pigment or filler in products such as toothpaste or paints.

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Silica Sand

Silica sand is the most commonly used sand because of its great abundance.It is made by either crushing sandstone or taken from natural occurring locations.

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Clinker & Cement

Cement manufacturers purchasing clinker usually grind it as an addition to their own clinker at their cement plants. They also ship clinker to grinding plants in areas where cement-making raw materials are not available.

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Products - Pig Iron

Pig iron is the intermediate product of smelting iron ore with a high-carbon fuel such as coke, usually with limestone as a flux. It is the molten iron from the blast furnace, which is a large and cylinder-shaped furnace charged with iron ore, coke, and limestone. Charcoal and anthracite have also been used as fuel. Pig iron has a very high carbon content.

Traditionally pig iron was worked into wrought iron in finery forges, later puddling furnaces, and more recently into steel. In these processes, pig iron is melted and a strong current of air is directed over it while it is stirred or agitated. This causes the dissolved impurities (such as silicon) to be thoroughly oxidized. An intermediate product of puddling is known as refined pig iron, finers metal, or refined iron.

Pig iron can also be used to produce gray iron. This is achieved by remelting pig iron, often along with substantial quantities of steel and scrap iron, removing undesirable contaminants, adding alloys, and adjusting the carbon content. Some pig iron grades are suitable for producing ductile iron. These are high purity pig irons and depending on the grade of ductile iron being produced these pig irons may be low in the elements silicon, manganese, sulphur and phosphorus. These types of pig irons are used to dilute all the elements in a ductile iron charge (except carbon) which may be harmful to the ductile iron process.