Calcinor supplies the products necessary for success in the steel and iron making process, such as quick-lime, calcined dolomite and refractory materials.
To obtain steel the base is iron ore or scrap metals. In both cases, Calcinor products are necessary to process and obtain the final raw steel with the desired composition.
Committed to innovating the most efficient use of products in the steel and iron sector, Calcinor carries out R+D activities in collaboration with iron and steel producing companies.
The quality of our products allows them to be exported to four continents.
Then, there are the specified functions that are carried out on each product used in the iron and steel sector:
Raw materials supplied by Calcinor, which due to their purity are exported for use in blast furnaces in different countries and continents, allowing the refining and manufacturing of steel, as well as the protection of the refractory covering of furnaces, kilns and converters.
Added in the electric arc furnace (EAF), blast furnaces, ODA converters and refining ladles. It acts as a flux and scorifier, purifying the composition of the steel to remove sulphur, phosphorus and silica which are harmful to the mechanical properties of the final steel.
Used in stemming plains or shaped as thermal and chemical protection of elements that are a part of the iron-steel manufacturing process: furnaces, kilns, refining ladles, converters and mixing troughs. Its purity and refractoriness allow a more energetically efficient process in iron-steel production. Our technical service advises you and provides tailor-made solutions.
It is added both in EAF and the refining ladle and performs a dual role. On the one hand, it participates in the removal of sulphur and phosphorus and on the other, it saturates the magnesium oxide in the slag bringing about an increase in the useful life of the refractory covering.
Acts as a neutraliser and conditioner of the acidic water used in iron-steel production. Moreover, it is of particular use in the recovery of the water used in pickling and the cleaning of metallic surfaces, which are usually part of the preliminary stages in galvanizing centres.
April 8, 2019
Award in the “Consolidated Company” category - a reward for a company that was founded back in 1969 at a mine located in the town of Morón de la Frontera, Seville, that made quicklime.
November 9, 2017
The steel industry cannot be conceived without the use of lime, ever-present during the whole steel-making process. The addition of lime is necessary in electric arc furnaces, AOD converters, in refining ladles...