Ladle Metallurgy Furnace (LMF) are used to refine molten steel to special grades while remaining in the ladle. Ladle metallurgy is a method in which crude molten steel from a steelmaking furnace is poured into a ladle for further refining. It‘s’ used to remove impurities such as hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon and sulfur in molten steel, […]
EAF Electrode Arms are available in copper-steel composite arms and aluminum alloy arms. There are many advantages to using aluminum alloy conductive cross arms in a DC arc furnace. Due to the light weight of the aluminum alloy arm, the speed and control performance of the electrode lifting and lowering are further improved. Since the […]
The used electric arc furnace (EAF-20t/12500KVA) for sale uses electric energy as heat energy and uses the high temperature of the arc……
Small electric arc furnace for sale – for melting various carbon and alloy steels. The electric arc furnace is one of the key equipments in the modern electric furnace steelmaking production line, and it undertakes the important task of supplying the initial molten steel to the steelmaking production line. Therefore, with the development of steelmaking […]
5t three-phase used electric arc furnace for sale in India, the structure of the used electric arc steelmaking furnace adopts the furnace cover to remove the top charging, the tapping nozzle taps, and the right or left operation is selected by the user. Electrode lifting is mechanical, furnace body tilting and furnace cover lifting and rotation are hydraulic, and electrical control is controlled by PLC (Siemens) regulator.
About EAF Electrode Conditioning System EAF electrode conditioning system consists of self-baking electrode, electrode holder, electrode lifting device and electrode pressing and releasing device. Self-baking Electrodes The self-baking electrode consists of an electrode shell and an electrode paste filled in the shell (anthracite, coke, graphite and coal tar pitch etc. are mixed in proportion and […]
EAF steelmaking can be divided into five stages as a whole: raw material collection, preparation before smelting, melting period, oxidation period, and reduction period.
There are great differences between EAF and converter steelmaking in raw materials, furnace temperature, smelting cycle, single furnace scale, etc.