killed steel

killed steel

[′kild ′stēl]
(metallurgy)
Thoroughly deoxidized steel, for example, by additions of aluminum or silicon, in which the reaction between carbon and oxygen during solidification is suppressed.
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Tenders are invited for Suppiy of Ring carbon steel forging class 2 20c8 is 2004 1991 steel produced by open hearth electric or such other process fully killed steel size dia 3282 minus 2 to 3522 plus 2 weight 635 kg.
To produce clean and fully killed steel, the refining process involves treating the steel with aluminum (Al) or silicon (Si) or a combination of both.
By adding the last part of the Si addition to a fully killed steel in the ladle, the recovery was much higher.
Tenders are invited for Tender For Supply Of Synthetic Slag For Aluminium Killed Steel For Making Artificial Slag.
Adding aluminum-coated or aluminum killed steel can provide an iron oxide reactant that will help to preserve the refractory lining.
For example, aluminum-coated or killed steel used in cast iron melting will result in alumina or alumina complex mineral deposits such as hercynite (iron aluminate), mullite (silica alumina), etc.