metallurgical coke

metallurgical coke

[‚med·əl′ər·jə·kəl ′kōk]
(materials)
Coke resulting from high-temperature retorting of suitable coal; a dense, crush-resistant fuel for use in shaft furnaces.
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The Company also produces thermal coal, anthracite, metallurgical coke and coal bed methane gas, with operations in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Tenders are invited for Tender For Shore Clearance, Transportation, Stacking And Wagon Loading Of Imported Coking Coal/Non- Coking Coal And Metallurgical Coke At Haldia Port
205,395 tons of various types of metal sector's commodities, including 92,090 tons of steel products, 100,000 tons of iron ore, 12,900 tons of copper products, 100 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 200 tons of metallurgical coke, 15 tons of precious metals concentrate with the total value of $80mln were traded in the domestic and exports halls of the IME.
Basic customs duty on metallurgical coke has been increased from Nil to 2.
The Company also produces steam coal and industrial coal, anthracite, metallurgical coke and coal bed methane gas.
Tarwada International Steel Manufacturing LLC sells hot-rolled flats from India, China, South Korea, European and CIS countries, square billet from Russia and Ukraine, metallurgical coke ex-Far East.
Based on their experience, the authors consider that the morphology and the fine (crystalline) structure of the metallurgical coke is a significant parameters for assessing its technological performances and, implicitly, its environment impact.
Hargreaves owns the Monckton Coke & Chemical Company, which is the only independent producer of metallurgical coke in the UK and currently consumes around 25% of Maltby's production.
The plant produces metallurgical coke which is used by a range of customers from chemical producers to specialist steel manufacturers.
The two batteries of ovens have consistently produced more than 24,000 tonnes of high quality metallurgical coke each week for 20 years to supply the large Redcar blast furnace with the carbon required to reduce the iron-ore to iron.
He said, "There has been a major decline in the demand for both foundry and metallurgical coke of this type produced for many years at Cwm.
Coal can fluctuate widely in chemistry, whereas metallurgical coke produced from coke ovens is consistent and high in fixed C.