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Gas applications are used in the processes of casting metals, in thermal processes, in applications for electric arc furnaces, in the reheating of steel products such as ingots, semi-finished products, steel sheets, among others.
The use of oxygen in the combustion process allows to increase production by reducing or eliminating Nitrogen present in the atmosphere, reduce fuel consumption due to more efficient combustion, reduce SOx, NOx and Co emissions and reduce noise levels The use of Oxygen in the combustion process allows to increase production by reducing or eliminating Nitrogen present in the atmosphere, reducing fuel consumption due to more efficient combustion, reducing SOx, NOx and Co emissions and reducing the levels of noise.
The molten metal in transformers and electric arc furnaces is refined through the injection of oxygen thereby adjusting the final chemical composition of the metal according to the desired standards. The injection of Nitrogen and Argon allows the homogenization of the chemical composition and the temperature, as well as the elimination of non-metallic inclusions.
In the concentration of minerals through Hydrometallurgy, techniques such as the Flotation Process using Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide are used, greatly reducing the consumption of high-cost chemical reagents, improving mineral recovery, environmental and process control conditions. The leaching of copper, gold, silver and zinc, through the dissolution of oxygen, generates improvements in the process and the metal concentration of the solution.