Oxyfuel Technology in the Metallurgical and Glass Industries

Oxyfuel Technology in the Metallurgical and Glass Industries

The most frequent use of oxyfuel combustion in the steel and metals industries is to enhance the melting process in electric arc and rotary furnace processes. Here, conventional oxyfuel provides substantially raised flame temperature — and the higher the flame temperature, the faster the scrap melting.

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