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Ferro Manganese FeMn

Ferro Manganese FeMn

115000.00 INR/Metric Ton

Product Details:

  • Product Type Ferroalloy Products
  • Alloy Ferro Alloy
  • Shape Lump
  • Size 10-60 mm
  • Application Steel Industry Iron Industry Foundry Steel Making Metallurgy Casting Iron Casting
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Ferro Manganese FeMn Price And Quantity

  • 115000.00 INR/Metric Ton
  • 10 Metric Ton

Ferro Manganese FeMn Product Specifications

  • Ferro Alloy
  • Lump
  • 10-60 mm
  • Ferroalloy Products
  • Steel Industry Iron Industry Foundry Steel Making Metallurgy Casting Iron Casting

Ferro Manganese FeMn Trade Information

  • Kolkata Port
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Product Description

An alloy called ferro manganese (FeMn) is predominantly made of manganese and iron, with trace amounts of carbon and other components. In order to enhance the characteristics of steel, it is frequently employed as an addition in the steel industry. Manganese makes up about 70-80% of FeMn, with iron and other elements making up the remainder. During the steelmaking process, the alloy functions as a deoxidizing and desulfurizing agent, improving the cleanliness and quality of the steel. Additionally, it enhances the steel's durability, hardness, and strength. FeMn is used to produce high-strength and wear-resistant steels for crucial components in a variety of industries, including industrial, automotive, and construction. 

 

Specification 

  • Sulphur:0.03%
  • Silicon:0.03%
  • Phosphorus:0.05%
  • Grade:Carbon Ferro Manganese 70-75%
  • Carbon:6-8 %
  • Size:10-60mm

 

 

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