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).