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An Overview of Oxygen Furnaces

CS CONTRACT SERVICES LTD POWERTHERM www.powertherm.co.uk An Overvie of Oxygen Furnaces The primary inputs for an oxygen furnace are pig iron and small amounts of scrap. Oxygen is then blown into the melt and this oxidises the melt forming steel. Around 67% of the world's crude steel is made using this procesS. Oxygen Lance Gas and Slag Emulsion Slag "Охудen Steel Refractory Lined Steel Oxygen blast furnaces can reduce cycle times by up to 90% of the same process in an open-hearth furnace. Although the cost of the materials used in oxygen furnaces is high, the amount of energy saved results in massive cost savings. Refractory Lining As the furnace surfaces operate in extreme heat and oxidising conditions it is important that they are protected to reduce wear. A refractory lining is applied to the internal surfaces of the furnace to act as a protective layer of insulation. Powertherm is at the forefront of refractory lining projects, completing numerous projects of all scales. Whether it's a predetermined specification or a bespoke installation requiring design work, we have the experience and expertise to provide an all-inclusive service, on new installations and for maintenance requirements. For more please visit: www.powertherm.co.uk/services/refractory-lining/ RES POWERTHERM nqa. nga. CONTRACT SERVICES LTD •ebu ISO 9001 ISO 14001 ISO 45001 НEALTH QUALITY ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT 0114 288 9119 [email protected] www.powertherm.co.uk Francis House, Orgreave Drive, Handsworth, Sheffield, S13 9NR

An Overview of Oxygen Furnaces

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The primary inputs for an oxygen furnace are pig iron and small amounts of scrap. Oxygen is then blown into the melt and this oxidises the melt forming steel. Around 67% of the world’s crude steel i...

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