Direct reduced iron (C) - (By-product fines)

This cargo entry is an entry of by-product fines, generated as by-products of the manufacturing and handling processes of DRI (A) and DRI (B). The material is porous and black/grey metallic in appearance.  Density of material is less than 5,000 kg/m3. These fines are normally stored separately from the finished DRI (A) or DRI (B) products and used for steel making. Bulk density: 1,850-3,300 kg/m3.
Trade Names (Synonyms)
HBI fines, Metallic HBI fines, Iron Remet fines


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