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BFA is produced by the controlled melting of calcined bauxite within an electric arc furnace. Often used as an abrasive for applications such as metal preparation and blasting media, its thermal properties make this material an excellent raw material for refractory applications.
Produced by the reduction of silica/sand with coke alongside iron. FeSi is used largely as a source of silicon to deoxidize steel and other ferrous alloys.
Produced through the process of heating manganese dioxide and iron oxide alongside carbon in either a blast furnace or electric arc furnace for largely the steel making and refractory industries.
Produced by carbothermic reduction of chromite within an electric arc furnace it is widely used within stainless steel production. Much of the worlds ferrochrome originates in South Africa, Kazakhstan and India which hold most of the worlds chromite resources.
Made by smelting iron ore into transportable ingots of impure high carbon iron, it is used as an ingredient for further processing within the steel making industry.
Ferro Titanium is an alloy of iron and titanium. It is used in steelmaking as a cleansing agent for iron and steel. FeTi can be manufactured by the mixing of titanium sponge and scrap with iron and melting them together in an induction furnace.