Ferro Alloys

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  1. Ferro Boron

    Ferro Boron

    A binary alloy of iron with a boron content of 17.5% to 20%.


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  2. Ferro Chrome - High Carbon

    Ferro Chrome - High Carbon

    As standard we stock HCFeCr with 8% Carbon.

    We have both lump and crushed available.

    Other grades and specifications are available on request.


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  3. Ferro Chrome - Low Carbon

    Ferro Chrome - Low Carbon

    As standard we stock LM05 grade (C 0.05% max) in lump form.

    LM03 grade is also available (C 0.03% max).

    Other grades and specifications like Nitrogen bearing Chrome are available on request.


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  4. Ferro Manganese - High & Low Carbon

    Ferro Manganese - High & Low Carbon

    In cast iron, manganese is used mainly to counteract the bad effects of sulfur.

    In steel, manganese acts as a deoxidizer and combines with sulfur, thereby improving the hot-working properties of the steel. Also improves the strength, toughness.


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  5. Ferro Molybdenum

    Ferro Molybdenum

    Ferro Molybdenum can be used in any melting process to add Molybdenum to all types of iron and steel.

    It is supplied in a range of sizes for furnace or ladle addition. 

    For optimum recoveries with ladle additions, Ferro Molybdenum should be added after the molten metal has covered the bottom of the ladle and before it is three quarters full. 


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  6. Ferro Niobium

    Ferro Niobium

    The main source for niobium alloying of HSLA steel.


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  7. Ferro Phosphorous

    Ferro Phosphorous

    Increased fluidity in gray iron. In steel, P will improve strength, machinability and atmospheric corrosion resistance.


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  8. Ferro Silicon

    Ferro Silicon

    As standard we stock Ferro Silicon 75% with 1.5% Aluminium max. 

    We have both lump and crushed available. 

    Other sizes and specifications are available on request.


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  9. Ferro Silicon Zirconium

    Ferro Silicon Zirconium

    Used in the Steel Foundry Industry as a deoxidant in steel castings or in certain steels where a low residual aluminium is required.


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  10. Ferro Sulphur (Iron Pyrite)

    Ferro Sulphur (Iron Pyrite)

    In foundries, during electric melting, residual sulphur level decreases due to cleaner melting practices and the use of low sulphur steel scrap. It is found that iron does not readily respond to inoculants if Sulphur is below 0.04%. Then it is necessary to resulphurize by using Ferrous Sulphide to hold the level in 0.05% to 0.12% range.

    In Alloy And Stainless Steel Industries To Control Hydrogen Embrittlement It is very convenient and economic to use Ferrous Sulphide for resulphurization in these steels to hold the right level of 'S' and ensuring not to drop 'S' level below 0.015% as these steels carry a minimum sulphur specification.

     


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