Ferrosilicon is a mixture of iron and silicon produced by heating, reducing and melting iron ore and silica (quartz) by carbon, mainly in electric arc furnaces.
Ferrochrome is an alloy of chromium and iron with a chromium content of between 50 and 70%
Ferrosilicon magnesium is a ferroalloy with strong mechanical strength, detoxification and desulfurization effect is very high, which is obtained from the combination of iron, silica and magnesium.
Ferro-silicon manganese is one of the most widely used alloys in the steel industry, and in recent years there has been a special focus on the use of this material and its benefits..
Ferromanganese (FeMn) is obtained from a combination of manganese oxide (MnO2) and iron oxide (Fe2O3) at high temperature and molten state and in the presence of carbon in the form of coal or coke.
Ferromolybdenum is an alloy of iron and molybdenum. Which contains 60-75% by weight of molybdenum. The following table shows the chemical composition of ferromolybdenum:
Chromium metal contains about 99% pure chromium and impurities such as iron, aluminum and silicon. Other names are 99% chromium, chromium lump, powdered chromium and micronized chromium.
Silicon metal is known as crystalline silicon or industrial silicon and is mainly used as an additive for non-ferrous alloys and is obtained from 98.5% pure silicon ore.
Ferroniobium is a ferroalloy obtained from a combination of iron and niobium, of which about 60 to 70% is niobium. This alloy is formed from pyrochloride or columbite minerals through the aluminothermic process.
Ferrovanadium is an alloy of iron and vanadium with a chromium content of approximately 35-80% and is produced in an electric arc furnace.