We are offer High Quality Chromite Ore 47% Max as Per Specifications Chromite Ore 47% Max at Low Price Product Chromite Ore 47% Cr2O3 47%Max FeO 22% Max SiO2 6% Max Al2O3 11% Max CiO 0.5% Max MgO 10% Max P 0.005% Max LOI 3%Max 50 Kgs.HDPE Bags,1MT Jumbo Bag Or AS Required By The Buyer
Specifications: Parameter Value Cr2O3 56% MIN SiO2 1.00% MAX Al2O3 12.00% MAX MgO 14.00% MAX Cr/Fe Ratio 3.2 / 1.00 MIN P 0.01% MAX S 0.01% MAX Moisture 8.00% MAX at 105 Deg. Cent. Size 0 - 2mm (Passing 90 % MIN)
Chromite Ore High Grade Ore SPECIFICATIONS: Chromium 40.9% Aluminium 10.91% Calcium 0.34% Cr : Fe Ratio 2.3:1 Iron 15.50% Magnesium 16.40% Silica 4.5% Titanium
Cr203- 42% Fe0 - 11,95% Mg0 - 22,73% Si02 - 11,11% Al203 - 6,78% Ca0 - 0,07% Ni0 - 0,17% Ti0 - 0,036% High availability, very good quality, price negotiable exw Poland Katowice Possibility of transport by ship, train, container, truck
Chromite sand is magnetic and can be separated by refractory and metallurgical grades using magnetic separators. Chromite ore is also called chrome ore. Chromite ore is a special sand for foundry. It is a natural spinel mainly composed of chromite. After being crushed and sieved, it is suitable for molding (core) sand. Chromite ore is mainly used for the surface sand of large-scale steel castings in casting production to prevent sand sticking on the surface of the casting; secondly, its grinding powder is used for the refractory aggregate of casting coatings; chromite ore is a chilling material and is used in molding. (Core) can replace some cold iron.
We are direct to major miners for the supply or Chrome Ore 33-44% . Available in FOB South Africa Deep Sea,CIF and FOT in any quantity or specification you are looking for in South Africa Origin.
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Ferrochrome Ferrochrome is an alloy of chromium and iron containing between 50% and 70% chromium. Ferrochrome is produced by electric arc melting of chromite and chromium ore. Most of the world?s Ferro-Chrome is produced in South Africa which has large domestic chromite resources. The production of steel is the largest consumer of Ferrochrome, especially the production of stainless steel with a chromium content of between 10 and 20%.