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Detinning Ferrous Products From Urban Waste For Use in Steelmaking.

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Detinning Ferrous Products From Urban Waste For Use in Steelmaking.

by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8404
ContributionsMakar, H., Wiegard, B., Gresh, E.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21738957M

Slags are the important wastes and by-products of metallurgical industry, which have been treated, recycled and used worldwide. The present paper summarizes the current status of utilization of the various slags from ferrous and non-ferrous metal production, as well as waste incineration, and recycling of salt fluxes in secondary metal production. Iron and steel scrap, or ferrous scrap, comes many consumer products like automobiles and household appliances to industrial structures and equipment such as buildings, railroads, trains, bridges, ships, and farming equipment. Ferrous scrap is the most recycled material in the world.

Other nonferrous metals such as lead, copper and zinc are found in durable products, including appliances and consumer than aluminum, lead in lead-acid batteries is the most prevalent nonferrous metal in municipal solid waste (MSW). Benefits to Non-Ferrous Metal Recycling. The use of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals has continued to increase over the years. The amount of aluminum in production alone is astonishing. It is estimated that world primary production of aluminum is around 24 million tons on average per year, of which Australia is the largest producer.

Fastmarkets MB price book contains over global metal prices including steel prices and scrap prices. Please enter your email address below to start a free trial to access this powerful metals pricing tool.   In the system of the present invention, as illustrated in FIG. 1, steel scrap containing high concentration of tin, i.e. for example ferrous fraction from municipal solid wastes, is melted by conventional means and molten raw iron is transferred to la which has a ladle cover 22 and entrance and exit ports to be described more fully below.


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Detinning Ferrous Products From Urban Waste For Use in Steelmaking by United States. Bureau of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Detinning ferrous products from urban waste for use in steelmaking. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Makar, H.V.

(Harry V.). Detinning ferrous products from urban waste for use in steelmaking. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material Type. Ferrous fractions recovered from urban refuse were tested by the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, to assess their character, composition, and response to detinning.

This research was conducted as part of the Bureau's efforts to conserve mineral resources through recycling. The reuse of ferrous scrap for production of iron and steel reduces the CO 2 emissions by 58% and consumes around 60% less energy.

The steel scrap use for steelmaking during the year in key countries/regions is shown in the Figure 2. Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size image; Figure 2.

Steel scrap Author: Smitirupa Biswal, Farshid Pahlevani, Veena Sahajwalla. Makar, B. Wiegard, Jr. and E. GreshDetinning Ferrous Products From Urban Waste for Use in Steelmaking.

B.J. Wiegard Jr., E.L. Gresh IIIDetinning Ferrous Products From Urban Waste for Use in Steelmaking. BuMines RI (), p. Google Scholar. American Society for Testing and MaterialsStandard classification of pig tin Cited by: 1. Findings from this study revealed that waste generation rate in the study area was kg per person per day, and that out of the 14 kg of recyclable waste generated per year, kg or 55%.

ferrous waste and intermediary products Appendices A and B contain a more detailed list of Appendices A and B contain a more detailed list of iron, steel and stainless steel scrap. The recovery and use of steel industry co-products has contributed to a material efficiency rate of % worldwide.1 Our goal is % efficient use of raw materials and zero-waste.

Recovered co-products can be reused during the steelmaking process or sold for use by other industries. This prevents landfill waste, reduces CO 2. throughout the entire recycling chain of ferrous scrap. 1 Characteristics of ferrous scrap The main ferrous scrap sources are those products for which metal is a main constituent namely, vehicles (including ships and aeroplanes), metal products for construction, machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, packaging.

As per WSA, recovered co-products (a term used interchangeably with by-products), can be recycled during the steelmaking process or sold for use by other industries. Use of co-products supports the sustainability of the steel industry.

It prevents landfill waste, reduces CO2 emissions and helps preserve natural resources. Steelmaking (in Chinese)., () Motz, H., and Geiseler, J., Products of steel slags an opportunity to save natural resources.

Waste Manage., () Munn, D. A., Comparison of steel industry slags with traditional ag limestone on corn and turf crops. The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute, Wooster, OH. The project aims to create the fundamental science for innovative recycling of lignocellulosic agricultural waste for iron oxide reduction at steelmaking temperatures (°C).

This research will reduce the carbon foot-print of ferrous industries by replacing coal-based reductants with renewable carbon neutral agricultural waste. PO Microbiogen will extract ethanol from. Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the third component of the "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" waste hierarchy.

One such company Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc, founded in as a one-man scrap metal operation, is now one of the largest recyclers of scrap metal, a leading provider of used and recycled auto parts and a.

Detinning ferrous products from urban waste for use in steelmaking Technical Report Makar, H V ; Wiegard, Jr, B J ; Gresh, III, E L Ferrous fractions recovered from urban refuse were tested by the US Bureau of Mines, US Department of the Interior, to assess their character, composition, and response to detinning.

The ‘old ferrous scrap’ cycle Use in a product End-of-life waste arising Collection of waste Waste transport to a recovery process Recovery processing to a specification at which the material can be used as furnace feedstock and reprocessed into a new product by melting in a metallurgical process.

Video created by Pohang University of Science and Technology for the course "Ferrous Technology I". The next four courses cover the whole steel production process. This particular course covers the ironmaking from raw materials.

Processes from. toward waste reduction. Modernization and expansion of plants also imply pollution control through greater efficiency and economy in the use of resource inputs. Research spon-sored by the American Iron and Steel Institute exceeds $, each year, and similar programs at individual firms constitute additional expenditures.5 In an assessment of.

Evaluation of steel made with ferrous fractions from urban refuse. [Washington]: Bureau of Mines, [] (OCoLC) Online version: Makar, H.V. (Harry V.). Evaluation of steel made with ferrous fractions from urban refuse. [Washington]: Bureau of Mines, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government.

Tall Ingots recycles all grades of ferrous materials like roofing iron, whitegoods, car bodies, steel offcuts, cast iron, mining steel and more. The easiest way to tell if a material is ferrous is to test if it is magnetic.

Since all ferrous material contains iron, recycling these products can go back into the making of steel products. Take a look at the products and at the other materials we studied. Still have a question about the data. Check out our Frequent Questions page. By weight, ferrous metals (iron and steel) are the largest category of metals in municipal solid waste (MSW).

The largest sources of ferrous metals in MSW are found in durable goods such as appliances. Regardless of whether it's non-ferrous metal recovery from waste incineration ash, e-waste, shredder operation or dry-mechanical sorting of mixed metal-bearing residues.

The product (ZORBA) from this non-ferrous separator is a valuable input to further separate and upgrade the inherent non-ferrous. Recycling - Recycling - Ferrous metals: Ferrous products (i.e., iron and steel) can be recycled by both internal and external methods.

Some internal recycling methods are obvious. Metal cuttings or imperfect products are recycled by remelting, recasting, and redrawing entirely within the steel mill. The process is much cheaper than producing new metal from the basic ore.The latest raw materials news, raw materials prices and analysis from the global ferrous and non-ferrous raw materials industries.Ferrous Raw Materials Osaka Head Office: (+81) Tokyo Head Office: (+81) The Ferrous Raw Materials Division handles a wide range of resources needed by society and provides our customers with business support.

We supply the coal and iron ore that go into blast furnaces and iron slag that is melted in electric furnaces.