Foundry Coke Ash 10

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Product Description:

Foundry Coke Ash 10%

Parameters

Guarantee

Total Moisture (As received basis)

5% Max

F Fixed Carbon (dry basis)

88% Min

Ash (dry basis)

10% Max

Volatile Matter (dry basis)

1.5% Max

Sulphur (dry basis)

  0.6% Max

Size:

 80-120mm or 120-250mm

Usage/Applications

Cupola isthe most common type of melting furnace used in the foundry industry. Heat,released from combustion of Foundry coke in the bed, melts the metallic charge materials.Cupola operators depend upon foundry coke for several reactions in their meltunits:
Energy to support the melting of the iron, alloys and fluxes in any givencharge
Carbon pick-up as the iron drips past the coke bed area upon melting

Main Features of the Product

   High fixed carbon

   Low sulphur

   Ready to ship in stock

Inspection

CCIC at loading port to be final to both parties inquality and quantity

Packaging & Delivery

Foundry coke is to be packedin one ton bag or loose in container.




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Q:What is the difference between metallurgical coke and chemical coke
Metallurgical coke, bituminous coal in the absence of air is heated to 950-1050 DEG C, after drying, pyrolysis, melting, bonding, curing and contraction of the final stage of this process is made of coke, coking high temperature (high temperature carbonization).
Q:How much coke can a ton of coal
The key depends on volatile coking coal quality good volatile low words should now 1.3-1.4 tons of coking coal out of a ton of coke
Q:The reaction of the blast furnace ironmaking is the reduction reaction: the coke produces CO in the furnace,
Please see standard: metallurgical coke GB/T1996-2003, all clear
Q:What is the difference between coke and coking coal
Coke: a solid fuel, hard, porous, high calorific value coal. High temperature carbonization made for ironmakingTypes of coke:Coke is usually divided by use of metallurgical coke (including blast furnace coke, coke and iron alloy coke, calcium carbide and coke gasification etc.) with coke. The pressurized pulverized coal forming coal, coke carbonization etc. in the new postprocessing process called Formcoke.
Q:The chemical composition of coke is m10.m25
Different uses of different coke porosity index requirements, the general requirements of metallurgical coke porosity in the 40 ~ 45%, 35 ~ 40% in coke, coke export demand is about 30%. The crack and porosity of coke and coking coal for the level, which has a direct relationship, such as coal based coke refining cracks, porosity, high strength, low; with coal as the foundation of the coal refining coke crack less, low porosity and high strength. The strength of coke is used to denote the crushing strength and abrasion resistance of the two indicators.
Q:What is the difference between coking coal and coke
Therefore, coke is not coking coal, coking coal is one of the products after processing
Q:What are the companies that produce coke
Very much, what kind of coke do you want, our company would like to buy coke particles
Q:Purpose of using coke in iron making raw materials
Purpose as follows:1. Provide the heat required for the reaction2, do reducing agent, generate CO, at the same time itself can also restore the iron
Q:Natural gas can replace coke smelting pig iron
No, because the coke in the blast furnace to heat, reducing agent, skeleton and carbon supply four functions
Q:What is the use of petroleum coke
According to the quality can be divided into two kinds of primary and qualified products. Qualified products are divided into six grades. Used in the manufacture of electrodes, calcium carbide, corundum and so on and used as a filling tank, also used as insulating materials and fuel, etc..

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