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  • US2865731A Iron ore briquette with paper pulp binder

    US2865731A Iron ore briquette with paper pulp binder

    Jul 15, 2019 They evaluated that the feed moisture content was the most important briquetting parameter. Gannon et al. 6 reported a patent on producing of iron ore briquettes that can be used in a blast furnace. Taulbee et al. 7 evaluated the effects of binder.Alcotac synergistic organic binders have been successfully applied in the industry for more than 30 years to agglomerate a wide variety of mineral substrates. Principal uses of the Alcotac range include full or partial re-placement of bentonite or lime binders in iron ore pelletization, and green strength enhancers in briquetting ...

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  • Mineral Powder Briquetting PressMaking Ore DustIron Ore

    Mineral Powder Briquetting PressMaking Ore DustIron Ore

    A cold briquetting and cold pelletizing process of iron or non-ferrous ore or mineral fines with a hydraulic mineral binder containing iron for metallurgical applications. The present invention provides a cold briquetting and pelletizing process of iron or non-ferrous or mineral fines for metallurgical applications using a hydraulic mineral ....grade orecoal Innovative binder Non-coking coal Ore fine Innovative BF operation Ferro-coke Low environmental risk ... Table Briquetting conditions 5 26.6 39.9 28.5 2.0 3.0 HPC 2 ... Iron ore 30 Non-coking coke 70 Dryer Pre-heater Mixerkneader Crusher Oven coke

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  • Finite element analysis of briquetting of iron ore fines

    Finite element analysis of briquetting of iron ore fines

    The first commercially successful project of briquetting iron ore fines for blast ... coal-fuel briquette with coal tar as a binder. In 1843, a similar patent was granted to Wylam in the UK . The first patent for coal briquetting in the United States was issued in 1848 by William Easby..Cold briquetting with binder The feed material does not possess inherent binding properties and a binder, or a combination of binders, needs to be added to provide the necessary product properties. Typical applications are chrome ore, sponge iron fines, steel mill residues and raw materials for direct reduction. Hot briquetting

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  • Review of organic binders for iron ore concentrate

    Review of organic binders for iron ore concentrate

    The iron ore concentrate concentrated in the Examples in Table 1 are Brazilian hematite ores. The binder is Peridur 330 from Akzo Nobel, which comprises sodium carboxymethyl cellulose and sodium....Bentonite Most bentonite binder is used as the binder for iron ore briquette making especially the sodium bentonite The main ingredients of bentonite are SiO2 Al2O3Fe2O3CaO add few bentonites will significantly increase the burst temperature of the briquette...As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we

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  • cold iron ore fines briquetting

    cold iron ore fines briquetting

    Low-grade iron ores are finely ground and processed to recover iron-bearing minerals. However, the iron-rich powder is too fine to be used directly in blast furnaces and most direct reduction furnaces, and must be agglomerated or pelletized into a usable product called pellets. Bentonite clay has traditionally been used as a binder to make iron ore concentrate pellets, but it is ....Aug 29, 2003 Functions of organic binders for iron ore pelletization 2.3.1. Wettability. Based on the theory of adhesion, the adhesive must come into intimate contact with the adhered in... 2.3.2. Adhesive force. Adhesive force refers to binding force at the interface between binder and

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  • PDF Use of Boron Compounds as Binders in Iron Ore

    PDF Use of Boron Compounds as Binders in Iron Ore

    SAHUT-CONREUR has developed a range of equipment specifically adapted to sponge iron briquetting obtained by direct reduction of iron ore DRI. This technique which consists in reducing the iron oxide that is removing oxygen is commonly used by the steel manufacturing industry to obtain iron..U.S. Pat. No. 3,125,437 A which describes a method for briquetting iron ore using partially reduced hematite fines by a reducing agent at temperatures below 1500 F. to then briquette them at hot temperatures between 700 and 1300 F. which makes the difference from the present invention where pellet fines, DRI sludge, DRI fines and dusts from DRI dedusting systems are used using organic

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  • WO2009109024A1 Binder composition for pelletizing iron

    WO2009109024A1 Binder composition for pelletizing iron

    EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE In this process, coke oven fines briquettes were made by adding different binders such as starch, bentonite, molasses, Iron ore fines. The binder concentrations used in the experimental studies were 2, 0.5, 0.5 and 1 based on coke oven fines weight. to particulate iron ore of 10gm and size of the particles below 250 m..Innovative energy saving technologies have been developed to improve the efficiency of coal usage, especially in ironmaking. One of these technologies is a product known as the carbon composite iron ore hot briquette CCB a self-reducing iron orecarbon composite that uses the thermal plasticity of coking coals as a binder to enhance mechanical strength.

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  • BRPI0417529B1 process for producing iron ore

    BRPI0417529B1 process for producing iron ore

    In pelletizing, iron ore, water and a binder are balled in a mechanical disc or drum to produce agglomerates. Bentonite is the most widely used binder. However, it is considered as an impurity due to its high SiO 2 and Al 2 O 3 content. Many researchers have investigated different binders, mostly of organic origin, in pursuit of finding a viable alternative binder to bentonite..US2865731A US439453A US43945354A US2865731A US 2865731 A US2865731 A US 2865731A US 439453 A US439453 A US 439453A US 43945354 A US43945354 A US 43945354A US 2865731 A US2865731 A US 2865731A Authority US United States Prior art keywords briquettes briquette iron ore paper pulp Prior art date 1954-06-25 Legal status The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal

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