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The concurrent pounds 53m project to install a new cooling system in the Basic Oxygen Steelmaking plant will also go ahead as planned.
SSI's Teesside steelmaking facility: * THE facility is made up of the Basic Oxygen Steelmaking (BOS) plant, where the steel is made by three basic oxygen convertors, and the Continuous Casting plant (Concast), where the liquid steel takes shape and is made into slabs.
Tube City has been licensing OptiMiser, an off-line program, to use on the front-end of its on-line, real-time model, GenBlend+, which it has developed during the past five years for use in basic oxygen steelmaking furnaces.
A spin-off from this 'visible standards' project is the recovery of thousands of tonnes of scrap steel which are being recycled through TCP's basic oxygen steelmaking (BOS) plant.
The continuous caster will enable the plant to bypass past methods of pouring steel from its basic oxygen steelmaking furnaces into ingot molds; allowing the steel to cool; removing the ingots, and reheating them in a furnace, before sending them on to the plant's primary rolling and finishing mills.
The ducting sections will form part of a new cooling system in the Basic Oxygen Steelmaking (BOS) plant that will produce steam, allowing electricity to be generated.
Carl McCabe and Ray Pearson, who work with Richard at Corus, raised more than pounds 1,000 by reclaiming small amounts of scrap from the Corus Basic Oxygen Steelmaking plant.
We have made considerable progress on this study, which began in July of 1992, '' he added, explaining that the proposed installation, as announced earlier, would be fed with high quality steel produced in Riverdale's Basic Oxygen steelmaking shop.