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Brochure: Dolomitic Quicklime. Lower flux cost by 20% when you use Dolomitic Quicklime to replace Chinese Magnesite. This modified flux practice demonstrates large savings in manufacturing cost without reduction in technical performance or product quality
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Brochure: Dolomitic Lime has superior cost performance over “MgO based Slag conditioners”
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Brochure: Dolopel. A high density dolomite used for the production of refractory bricks
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Brochure: FerroDolime. For less fines generation than standard dolomitic lime. Iron oxide coating reduces breakage during mechanical handling at the steel plant
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Brochure: Fusite. A granular refractory dolomite with high resistance to heat to protect EAF units resulting in greater technical performance and product quality
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Brochure: InjectoLime. Lime injection technology provides flexibility in slag chemistry for the steelmaker with accurate flux additions
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Brochure: Metallurgical High Calcium Lime. Consistency in delivery of high quality lime for slag chemistry in EAF, BOF, AOD and ladle furnaces
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Editorial Article: The future of lime for steelmaking - AISTech 2005
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Technical Paper: AIST 2006 - Overview of current flux practices and challenges for the oxygen steelmaking process
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Technical Paper: Dissolution of magnesite and dolomitic in simulated EAF slags, by R. J. Fruehan, Y. Li Brabie
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Technical Paper: Yield improvements during iron desurlfurization when utilizing “Flow aided” compounds for modifying slag characteristics
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Technical Paper: Overview of lime injection in the electric arc furnace
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Technical Paper: Lime injection technology: a viable tool for the electric arc furnace
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Technical Paper: Comparative analysis of dolomitic lime and Chinese magnesite practices in electric arc furnace steelmaking slags
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