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MODULE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE AT KROMAN CELIK SANAYII - GEBZE (TURKEY) - MORE | Innovation in Steelmaking

MODULE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE AT KROMAN CELIK SANAYII - GEBZE (TURKEY) - MORE | Innovation in Steelmaking: November 2016, KROMAN CELIK  located in Gebze (Turkey) a producer of reinforcing bars and wire rods, awarded DANIELI and MORE to upgrade its sidewall injection system on their 150 ton EAF. MORE scope of supply includes:   n.4 M-ONE combined oxygen and carbon injectors (to replace supersonic oxygen injectors and carbon lances)  n.2 LIMEJET injectors for pneumatic injection of lime and dololime n.2 MOLI lime dispensers to inject lime and dololime pneumatically into the EAF n.2 MOLI lime dispenser to load the day-bin silos from the main silos n.2 Post combustors n.1 LINDARC off-gas analysis system    Moreover, DANIELI will supply the upgrade of the electrode regulation system that, in combination with the data received form the LINDARC system, will generate a dynamic melt model control (Q-MELT).   Expected start-up is foreseen on March 2017.. Steelmaking, Innovation, chemical energy, auxiliary equipment, water cooled elements, Electric Arc Furnace

 

MODULE TECHNOLOGY UPGRADE AT KROMAN CELIK SANAYII - GEBZE (TURKEY)

11.12.2016

November 2016, KROMAN CELIK  located in Gebze (Turkey) a producer of reinforcing bars and wire rods, awarded DANIELI and MORE to upgrade its sidewall injection system on their 150 ton EAF.

MORE scope of supply includes:

 

n.4 M-ONE combined oxygen and carbon injectors (to replace supersonic oxygen injectors and carbon lances) 

n.2 LIMEJET injectors for pneumatic injection of lime and dololime

n.2 MOLI lime dispensers to inject lime and dololime pneumatically into the EAF

n.2 MOLI lime dispenser to load the day-bin silos from the main silos

n.2 Post combustors

n.1 LINDARC off-gas analysis system 

 

Moreover, DANIELI will supply the upgrade of the electrode regulation system that, in combination with the data received form the LINDARC system, will generate a dynamic melt model control (Q-MELT).

 

Expected start-up is foreseen on March 2017.