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  • Met Coke

    Metallurgical coke is made from low ash, low sulfur bituminous coal, with special coking properties, which is inserted into ovens and heated to 1000F to fuse fixed carbon and inherent ash and drive off most of the volatile matter. The final product is a nearly pure carbon source with sizes ...
  • Foundry Coke

    This is a special coke that is used in furnaces to produce cast and ductile iron products. It is a source of heat and also helps maintain the required carbon content of the metal product. Foundry coke production requires lower temperatures and longer times than blast furnace coke.
  • Bituminous coal

    Bituminous coal, also called soft coal , the most abundant form of coal, intermediate in rank between subbituminous coal and anthracite according to the coal classification used in the United States and Canada
  • Anthracite Coal

    Anthracite coal is inherently a high carbon / high BTU quality energy source. In the metal's smelting and fabrication industries, anthracite is commonly used as a reduction agent for various applications such as briquetting charcoal, iron ore pellets and other uses
  • Coking Coal

    Coking coal, also known as metallurgical coal or steel-making coal, is baked in a coke oven which forces out impurities to produce coke, which is almost pure carbon. Modern steel plants, the likes of which are predominantly found in the UK and Europe, include extensive gas treatment and capture to ...
  • Other Coal

    Subbituminous coal, also called black lignite, generally dark brown to black coal, intermediate in rank between lignite and bituminous coal according to the coal classification used in the United States and Canada. In many countries subbituminous coal is considered to be a brown coal.
  • HMS 1&2

    HMS is 'Heavy Melting Scrap'. It is the generic term for most types of heavy steel scrap, normally cut to a size not exceeding 1.5m x 0.5m. It may and will consist of cut lengths of pipe, re-bar, angles, steel poles, H or I beams, ships plate. HMS 1 is ...
  • H1, H2, HS

    HS, H1, H2 is steel scrap. According to Japan Steel Scrap, Thickness,  Width x Length, Unit Weight are as follow: HS. 6≦. ≦500 X ≦700. ≦600. H1. 6≦. ≦500 X ≦ 1200. ≦1000. H2. 3≦t<6. ≦500 X ≦ 1200.
  • PNS (Plate & Structure)

    Cut structural and plate scrap, 5 feet and under. Clean open hearth steel plates, structural shapes, crop ends, shearings, or broken steel wire. Dimensions not less than ¼ inch thickness, not over 5 feet in length and 18 inches in width. Phpsphorus or sulphur not over 0.05 percent (ISRI Standard)
  • Sheredded

    Homegeneous iron and steel scrap, magnetically separated, originating from automobiles, unprepareed No. 1 and No. 2 steel, muscellaneous baling and sheet scrap. Density from 50 to 70 pounds per cubi foot. (ISRI Standard)
  • Shindachi

    Hot or cold sheet with no rust excluding coated sheet and Hot or cold sheet with some rust includiing coated sheet without harm for steel making
  • Other Scrap

    Beside regular steel scrap for melting, there are some special steel scrap such as rail, pipe, manganese…They are very useful for other purpose. Their price is higher but more valuable.
  • HR Sheet/Plate

    Getting from Nippon Steel, Hyundai Steel and Prosperity Tieh Enterprise Co., LTD
  • Pup Coil/HRC/CRC

    Balance coils after using primary coils of CSC Posco Steel Plant and JFE Steel
  • Coating Coil/Sheet

    Tender cargo from Union Steel, Sysco and Yieh Phui
  • Round Bar/Wire rod

    Making by Nippon, JFE, Hanil Steel
  • 2nd Stainless Steel

    Stock cargo at Posco, JFE, Nissin
  • Other Secondary

    Available from Dongkuk Steel and INI Steel
  • HRC/Cold Rolled

    Cold rolling is a process by which the sheet metal or strip stock is introduced between rollers and then compressed and squeezed. The amount of strain introduced determines the hardness and other material properties of the finished product.
  • HR Sheet/Plate

    Hot rolling is a mill process which involves rolling the steel at a high temperature (typically at a temperature over 1700° F), which is above the steel's recrystallization temperature.

    Hot-dip galvanization is a form of galvanization. It is the process of coating iron and steel with zinc, which alloys with the surface of the base metal when immersing the metal in a bath of molten zinc at a temperature of around 840 °F (449 °C).
  • Wire Rod/Round Bar

    Steel wire rod is a semi-finished product which is rolled from steel billet in a wire rod mill and is used primarily for the manufacture of wire. For a steel plant it is a finished product. The steel for wire rod is produced by all the modern steelmaking processes, including ...
  • Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel is a metal alloy, made up of steel mixed with elements such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, silicon, aluminum, and carbon. Iron mixed with carbon to produce steel is the main component of stainless steel. Chromium is added to make it resistant to rust.
  • Other Primary

    An I-beam, also known as H-beam, W-beam, is a beam with an I or H-shaped cross-section. The horizontal elements of the "I" are known as flanges, while the vertical element is termed the "web". I-beams are usually made of structural steel and are used in construction and civil engineering. ...

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