anthracite fines

anthracite fines

[′an·thrə‚sīt ‚fīnz]
(mining engineering)
Small pieces of material from an anthracite coal preparation plant, usually below ⅛-inch (3-millimeter) diameter.
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The replacement of conventional metallurgical coke in cupolas with anthracite fines formed into bricks with hydrolyzed collagen, lignin and other additives burn as fast as coke while producing 35-40% more energy per volume.
Emission Check: Replacing Coke With Anthracite Fines
The first of these options is to use waste anthracite fines formed into bricks to partially replace coke and ferrosilicon (see Figure 2).
The facility briefly served as an export terminal for anthracite fines to Korea until the mid-1980s.
Ward Manufacturing, Blossburg -- $50,000 With help from Penn State, reduce energy costs and environmental impact at this manufacturer of cast iron pipe and fittings by replacing cupola coke with collagen-binded anthracite fines as fuel.
Reduce plant operating costs for this manufacturer of cast iron pipes and fittings by replacing a portion of the cupola coke used in the foundry operation with less expensive collagen-binded anthracite fines.