- 05 September
Eastern Steel Silico-Manganese Alloy Project Piling Ceremony
At 10:16am of 5 September, Eastern Steel Silico-Manganese Alloy Project is start piling after the announcement of Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Wang ShengHua. It remarks the project is enter the construction stage officially. The piling ceremony is host by company Chief Production Officer, Mr. Hu YuXin; the representative of piling contractor, Mr. Mohd Afiq Nasrullah Bin Medahsahi, company department managers and staffs have presented the ceremony.
Mr. Hu was gave a detailed introduction to the project during the ceremony. He said that: according to the Eastern Steel overall planning of 2.7 million tons steel production, there will be a large surplus of self-generated energy once the 800,000 tons of coke energy project put into operation successively. After the Silico-Manganese alloy project is put into operation, the surplus electricity can be used comprehensively, and the advantages of self-generation energy can be effectively used to improve the company profitability. At the same time, the Silico-Manganese project can fully rely on the built auxiliary facilities for reducing the construction cost. After the project is completed, it will improve company economic, environmental and social benefits.
The project is designed by Ansteel Group Engineering Technology Development Co., Ltd.; Inner Mongolia Nashun Equipment & Engineering (group) Co.,Ltd. is responsible for supplying the equipment. Total 2 smelting workshops and 4 submerged arc furnaces is planned to be built phase by phase. In the first phase, a workshop and two 33MVA fully enclosed Manganese-Silicon alloy submerged arc furnaces, a 36m2 sintering machine, a raw material yard, motor housing processing section and other auxiliary facilities will be built. In the second phase, a workshop, two 33MVA fully enclosed Manganese-Silicon alloy submerged arc furnaces and supporting facilities will be completed. Once all of the facility put into operation, it will create 240,000 tons/year of Manganese alloys production capacity.
Written and Photo by: P&T Dept. LIU JIAYIN