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BLAST FURNACE SLAG

BLAST FURNACE SLAG

BLAST FURNACE SLAG (BFS)

Blast Furnace Slag (BFS); is formed in a blast furnace with molten iron from iron ore in the reducing presence of heated air, coke and limestone.

Application:

  • Asphalt aggregate
  • Production of Ground Blast Furnace Slag (GBFS)
  • Concrete/masonry aggregate
  • Insulation/mineral wool
  • Cement manufacturing raw material
  • Agriculture/soil amendment
  • Fill
  • Roof aggregate
  • Railroad ballast
  • Glass manufacture
  • Gabions/rip rap
  • Environmental applications – filter media

BLAST FURNACE SLAG (BFS)

Constituent Impurity %≤
SiO2 37 – 39
Al203 7 – 10
Fe203 0,3 – 0,5
K20 0,3 – 05
CaO 42 – 44
MgO 4 – 9
TiO2 0,2 – 0,4
S03 1 – 1,5
Fraction sizes, mm

0 -10, 0 – 40, 0 – 60, 10 – 60, 0 – 70,

10 – 170, 0 – 200, 8 – 120, 0 – 400

Packing

  • Bulk