METALLURGICAL COKE / COKE BREEZE
A carbon material manufactured of various blends of bituminous coal, usually low in sulfur, having a high compressive strength at elevated temperatures; used in metallurgical furnaces not only as fuel but, also, to support the weight of the charge.
- Reducing Agent
- Sinter Fuel
- Carbon Additive
A carbonaceous solid fuel derived from oil refinery coke units or other cracking processes. Typically high in heat value and low in ash.
- Substitute for Coal
- Production of Metallurgical Coke
- Injection Carbon
- Cement and Lime