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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According to the agreement, before the end of 2020 Mechel will supply Steel Mont with up to 700,000 tonnes of products, including up to 350,000 tonnes of metallurgical coke produced by Moscow Coke and Gas Plant and up to 350,000 tonnes of PCI and anthracites produced by Southern Kuzbass Coal Company.
has purchased the Birmingham, Alabama, US-based metallurgical Coke manufacturer ERP Compliant Coke LLC plant, the company said.
CYPRUS-based Intership Navigationsaid on Thursday they had no reason to believe any of its crew was involved in drug trafficking after one of the vessels under its management, the MV UBC Savannah, was detained in Altamira in Mexico with 225 kilogrammes of cocaine found in one of its holds, under a cargo of metallurgical coke.
CCR also offers a line of products derived from coal tar, a by-product from Metallurgical Coke production.
South Africa has a limited production of high-quality metallurgical coal, resulting in AMSA and other coke producers having to import hard-coking coal for the manufacture of metallurgical coke.
NLMK Group, a global steel company, has embarked on a project to implement stamp charging technology at an operating coke oven battery at Altai-Koks, a leading Russian manufacturer of metallurgical coke.
and Barriocanal, C.: 2002, Coal for metallurgical coke production: predictions of coke quality and future requirements for cokemaking.
Coke breeze is generally a by-product of metallurgical coke production for blast furnace, and it is in the form of fine particles.
It operates a 320 metre long quay 24 hours a day controlling the traffic of imports including petroleum coke, granulated slag and aggregates and exports such as metallurgical coke.
Also, 187,000 tons of metal and mineral products, including 126,433 tons of steel products, 55,000 tons of iron ore, 30,990 tons of copper, 140 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 23 kg of gold bullion, 6 tons of precious metals concentrates, 200 tons of metallurgical coke and 1,240 tons of aluminum with the total value of $89mln were traded in the IME domestic and exports halls in the last week.
At a recent conference for the metallurgical coke supply chain, this question was posed when discussing the U.S.
Basic customs duty on metallurgical coke has been increased from Nil to 2.5 percent in line with the duty on coking coal.