The CASE SKBIT process is based on Swedish technology (hoganas technology) which incorporates static tunnel kiln process. In this process, the ore fines rich in iron oxides are loaded with coal fines in Silicon Carbide containers. The fully loaded containers are then passed through a heating zone thereby enabling the oxides to reduce to metallic iron.
During the presentation of SKBIT process, the managing director of CASE Group of Industries, Mr. Roger Kumar said, “Our technology helps industries to reduce production cost while giving outputs in terms of quality and quantity. Moreover, SKBIT ensures no pollution, which is a major constraint in the steel manufacturing sector”.
CASE is blessed with immense manufacturing resources and as such it has successfully constructed India’s first DRI tunnel kiln plant at Wardha, Maharashtra. Sources confirmed that the kiln measures about 194 m in length and is the longest of its kind in the country. As of now, the company has grown up with large clientele base worldwide and are looking for more business opportunities in the days to come.
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