High Carbon Silico Manganese - Standard Grades Mn : 60% Min. / 65% Min. / 70% Min. Si : 15% Min. / 16% Min. / 17% Min. C : 2 % Max. P : 0.30 % Max. S : 0.03 % Max. Size: 10 - 60 mm
Manganese Ore From Brazil 40% + Manganese Ore low in Iron (Fe), 40% or more in Manganese (Mn) concentration For specific contents of Fe, P, S, SiO2, Al2O3, please send your specifications Total Capacity: 100,000 MT/Month Available Capacity: 50,000MT/Month MOQ: 1,000/Month OBS.: Product is in nature and can be modified in the oven according to buyers request Packing: As buyer request Order Delivery: Upon Request Payment Terms: SBLC from World Top 50 Banks LC TERM: At sight upon delivery of BL Certification of quantity and quality provided before shipment Visits Available At The Quarry In Brazil
Manganese Ore Fines Specifications Mn% 18-20 20-22 22-24 Fe% 32-34 30-32 26-28 Al2o3% 10-12 8-10 9-10 Sio2% 11-12 10-12 11-12 P% 0.05-0.07 0.05-0.07 0.05-0.07 S% 0.008 0.008 0.008 LOI% 8 -11 6 - 8 6 - 8 Size- 10 mm 10 mm 10 mm
The Manganese layer, belongs to brown manganese ore (manganite), has a symbol MnO, and corresponds to an oxidation state of + These indicators are the best characteristic of our final product, as they show a single oxidation-reduction reaction. The prepared layer has a reserve of 4,000,000 metric tons of manganese ore, with a low concentrate of iron and phosphorus, without carbonate impurities and the following characteristics of manganese concentration: Medium Level 30 35% Low Level 23 29% The granulation produced by our crusher is next: Zero 10mm 25% 100 150mm 75% Transportation is carried out in closed containers for better safety of Mn percentage in ore. Origins: Egypt,zambia,Indonesia,brazil,India,philippines,south africa,mexico
Manganese ore is a silver-gray metal with a pinkish tinge. It is a hard metallic element although it is quite brittle. Manganese ores are found in metamorphic rocks or sedimentary deposits. Pyrolusite is the main ore mineral for manganese. Manganese: Ore 42-46% Mo 0,024% Zr 0,015% Pb 0,101% Zn 0,012% Co 0,99% Fe 10,12% Mn 36,81% V 1,28% Ti 4,20% As 0,068% W 0,458% Hf 0,789% Cr 0,125%
High Carbon Ferro Manganese - Standard Grades Mn : 70% Min. / 76% Min Si : 1.5% Max. C : 6-8% P : 0.30% Max. / 0.35% Max. S : 0.03% Max. Size : 10 - 80/100 mm
Silicon Manganese Silicon Manganese is mostly used in steelmaking and foundry activities. Some 30 % of the manganese used today in steelmaking is still used for its properties as a deoxidant and a sulphide former. In this last case it combines with sulphur avoiding the formation of iron sulphides, which sulphides are low melting point phases which become liquid at hot rolling temperatures and which, consequently, generate surface cracking. The other 70% of the manganese is used purely as an alloying element. Steels usually contains anything from 0,2% to 2% manganese depending on grades as manganese is the cheapest alloying element among those which enhance some key mechanical properties such as strength and toughness.
Ferro-Manganese Ferro-Manganese is an alloy with high percentage of Manganese, which is made by heating a mixture of the oxides MnO2 and Fe2O3 and coal & coke with high carbon content in a blast furnace or an electric arc furnace-type system. The oxides go through carbothermal reduction in the furnaces that result in producing the Ferro-Manganese. Ferro-Manganese is used in the production of steel which acts as an excellent deoxidizer and desulfurizer. We supply the one variant of Ferro Manganese: High Carbon Ferro-Manganese.
Product Name : Manganese Origin: Brazil Specifications : 40-42%= $169.00 USD per MT 42-44%= $179.00 USD per MT 44-46%= $196.00 USD per MT 46-48%= $207.00 USD per MT 48-50%= $222.00 USD per MT Maximum quantity: 100,000 MT per month Shipping Terms : FOB Payment Terms : CLC or L/C Looking for buyers: Worldwide Contact : Alex Huang
Silico-manganese adds additional silicon which is a stronger deoxidizer and which also helps to improve some mechanical properties of steel.
Silicon Manganese Application 1) As de-oxidation and alloying agent in iron & steel plants. 2) Enhance properties including ductility, strength, rigidity and resistance of steel.