Pig Iron Skulls Fe 90-92%
Pig Iron Skulls (high quality) Fe 90-92%
The Skim Iron is a ferrous by-product, which has a reasonably stable chemistry and is particularly rich in Fe (from 70% to 90% Fe content). As such, the iron has different levels of contaminants (S, P, Mg, Si).
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Cast Iron Skulls
Steel Force provides cast iron skulls to foundries worldwide and for the most demanding clients. In the current marketplace, grey cast iron scrap of uniformly high quality is extremely difficult to find. Many industries struggle with raw materials shortages and need to resort to expensive pig iron ingots to satisfactorily meet production demands. However, Steel Force works with steel mills worldwide – around the clock – to source the most suitable material. Our cast iron skulls are the perfect solution for grey iron casting foundries due to their high carbon (up to 4%) and silicon (up to 3%) content, but also their very low phosphorous and sulphur content. Our material comes with minimum slag, meaning that it has strong recovery properties in production.
Pig Iron Skulls
We supply pig iron skulls to industries engaged in high quality production of cast iron. They typically demand very low silicon content, allowing them to produce material to their own close requirements preferred design. Steel Force provides high quality pig iron skulls with carbon content of around 4% and low silicon content (up to 0.30), but also with low phosphorus and sulphur content. Our pig iron skulls can be replaced with traditional pig iron ingot, which can save you up to 40% in costs – resulting in higher profits for foundries.
Plate Iron/Beach Iron Skulls
Plate iron (also known as beach iron) is produced when excess molten is applied to sand in the process of pig iron manufacturing. When the molten is cooled down, steel mills break it up – resulting in pig iron, in the shape of plates. Slag covering pig iron is removed, which enables recovery of high Fe. Steel Force works with large steel mills who supply thousands of tons of good quality plate iron with the stable chemical composition needed by foundries and steel mills. The highly uniform chemistry means steel mills and foundries need to make fewer adjustments while melting the material – and that is gives impressive results in casting. We have big buyers from the auto industry who usually opt for plate iron over pig iron ingots. That’s mostly due to its quality and the ready availability of large quantities, with cost savings of 30% available.
Steel Force has a special product that is highly popular with many foundries, enabling a whopping 60% saving on raw material costs. We supply large qualities of cast iron with high phosphorus content (up to 2% at maximum). Many large foundries have the technology to extract phosphorus from raw materials. In addition, high phosphorus content is useful in the production of manhole covers, railways break shoes and the bottom part of lifters. We have thousands of tons high phosphorus cast iron available. Please contact us for detailed information.
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