• Met. Coke A 13%max, S 0.7%max EXW Shanxi(50)  04-23|Tin Conc. Burmese 20%min In warehouse MengA(-7000)  04-23|Tin Conc. Burmese 30%min In warehouse MengA(-7000)  04-23|Indium Ingot 99.995%min Delivered US(7)  04-23|Met. Coke A 13%max, S 0.7%max EXW Hebei(50)  04-23|Ferro-silicon 75%min In warehouse Pittsburgh(0.03)  04-23|Met. Coke A 13%max, S 0.7%max EXW Shandong(50)  04-23|Indium Ingot 99.995%min Delivered Europe(7)  04-23|Indium Ingot 99.995%min EXW China(60)  04-23|Indium Ingot 99.995%min FOB China(8)  04-23|Tin Conc. 60%min Delivered China(-7000)  04-23|Mercury Metal 99.9%min Ex-VAT EXW China(30)  04-23|Mercury Metal 99.999%min Ex-VAT EXW China(30)  04-23|Coking Coal A 10.5%max, S 0.8%max EXW Shanxi(50)  04-23
  • Coke market report 2012

    2013-03-12 17:59:16   【Print】
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    1. Attribute, distribution and usage of coke

    1.1 Attribute

    Coke, which is a solid product after high-temperature retorting of coking coal with carbon as the major ingredient, has flaws and irregular hole structural bodies (porous bodies). The quality of flaws will influence the force and crushing strength of coke, being measured with degree of flaws (the quality of flaws in a unit of coke).Asian Metal Copyright Attribute, distribution and usage of coke 1.Asian Metal Copyright The pore rate (the percentage of pore volume accounting for total volume) will be used to measure hole structure, which will affect reactivity and strengthen of coke.Asian Metal Copyright1 Attribute Coke, which is a solid product after high-temperature retorting of coking coal with carbon as the major ingredient, has flaws and irregular hole structural bodies porous bodies.Asian Metal Copyright Coke for different applications requires different pore rates, and 40-45% of pore rate is required for metallurgical coke, and 35-40% and 30% for foundry coke and export coke.Asian Metal Copyright Coke being coked by gas coke will be characterized by considerable flaws, high pore rates and low strength, while coke being coked by coking coal has few flaws, low pore rates and high strength.Asian Metal Copyright The degree of flaws and pore rate are decided by coal types being coking.Asian Metal Copyright1 Attribute Coke, which is a solid product after high-temperature retorting of coking coal with carbon as the major ingredient, has flaws and irregular hole structural bodies porous bodies.Asian Metal Copyright Coke being coked by gas coke will be characterized by considerable flaws, high pore rates and low strength, while coke being coked by coking coal has few flaws, low pore rates and high strength.Asian Metal Copyright There are many methods to test M40 and M10, and China mainly adopts the method of German Micum.Asian Metal Copyright Crushing strength and abrasive resistance are adopted to signify the strength of coke.Asian Metal Copyright The degree of flaws and pore rate are decided by coal types being coking.Asian Metal Copyright Crushing strength (M40) indicates that coke can resist external impact but not crush along the structure or flaws, which is affected by the degree of flaw.Asian Metal Copyright1 Attribute Coke, which is a solid product after high-temperature retorting of coking coal with carbon as the major ingredient, has flaws and irregular hole structural bodies porous bodies.Asian Metal Copyright Abrasive resistance (M10) indicates that the coke can resistance external friction but do not have scrap or powder, which is affected by hole structure.Asian Metal Copyright The degree of flaws and pore rate are decided by coal types being coking.Asian Metal Copyright There are many methods to test M40 and M10, and China mainly adopts the method of German Micum.
    .Asian Metal Copyright Crushing strength and abrasive resistance are adopted to signify the strength of cokeAsian Metal Copyright
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