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Slag splashing at the Fos steelplant: new converters scheduling and results

  • T. Benoit, R. Comparini, M. Coste, C. Calvo, R. Cadet and J.-C. Huber...

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Slag splashing is a way of maintaining converters lining, started at the Fos steel plant in December 2003. Systematic slag splashing on converters lining, by nitrogen injection with the top lance, after tapping, protects refractory. The aim of the project is to disconnect the two converters, from the refractory point of view, and to reach a refractory lining lifetime of 5,000 heats.

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Slag splashing at the Fos steelplant: new converters scheduling and results

  • T. Benoit, R. Comparini, M. Coste, C. Calvo, R. Cadet and J.-C. Huber...

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