Lustrous High Carbon Coal offered is made available by us under specs of VM : 35-40%, Ash : 7% max, FC: By Difference. These high carbon coals come with the advantage of superior LOI content, providing for better refractory usage and high carbon content that provides for low gas evolution. Used as fuel in varied applications where these are used for the production of coke as well as acting as a source of different compounds that find application in drugs, synthesizing dyes, solvents. Coming with superior lustre, It also comes with fewest impurities as well as for the presence of calorific content comprising all types of coals
• High LOI content • Gives more refractoriness • High carbon content • Low gas evolution
Lustrous Low Ash offered are made available in specifications of VM: 45-50%, Ash: 5% max, FC: By difference. Providing advantage for balancing of volatile matter as well as the loss on ignition, these find common usage in conventional as well as high-pressure lines and meeting requirements of residential and commercial space heating. Being hard and brittle, these contain a high percentage of fixed carbon as well as the low percentage of volatile matter and finds extensive usage steam or electric power generation applications.
Lustrous Regular offered is made available by us in constitution specifications of VM : 50-60%, Ash: 7%max, FC: By difference. Some of the advantages these provide include for reducing imperfections because of rapid reaction between silica sand mould as well as the oxidized surface of the molten iron. Further, the thermal decomposition present supports creating voids that in turn allow for expansion of silica sand grains. Some of its advantages include improved sand peel from casting at shakeout, improved flowability of sand, allowing for less sand carryover, the capability to produce smoother, cleaner casting surface as well as in minimizing imperfections.
Specs: VM : 50-60%, Ash : 7%max, FC: By difference
Reduce imperfections due to the rapid reaction between the silica sand mould and the oxidized surface of molten iron
Its thermal decomposition creates voids, which allow for the expansion of the silica sand grains