Pig iron, a crucial intermediary material in the ironmaking process, is produced by smelting iron ore with a high-carbon fuel, typically coke, in a cutting-edge 630 M3 Blast Furnace, as employed by Evonith. This intermediate product is characterized by its high carbon content, typically ranging between 3.5% to 4.5%, which imparts a level of brittleness, rendering it unsuitable for direct use in downstream applications.
However, this raw form of iron undergoes further refinement, ultimately yielding the more versatile and valuable steel, an alloy possessing greater strength and durability. Evonith’s unwavering commitment to technological advancements ensures the consistency and quality of its pig iron, paving the way for an array of robust steel products in diverse sectors.
Evonith also supplies this pig iron as raw material to other small steel manufacturers in and around Maharashtra.
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