Fairmont resources dso lump titano magnetite

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Published on March 12, 2014

Author: michaeladehn

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FAIRMONT TO COMMENCE MARKETING OF A PREMIERE LUMP TITANO-MAGNETITE FOR BLAST FURNACE HEARTH PROTECTION

• Low Sulphur - Low Phosphorus - Low Insolubles - High Iron
• For the Prevention and Amelioration of Hearth Erosion
• Extends Campaign Life of Blast Furnaces
• Reduces Operating and Maintenance Costs
• Delays Major Capital Expenditures Related to Relining Blast Furnaces

`` INCREASE BLAST FURNACE LIFE Titanium bearing minerals like Fairmont DSO Lump Titano-Magnetite are used to protect the hearth (primarily graphite) wall against erosion. For more information please contact: Michael A. Dehn President and CEO, Fairmont Resources Inc. michael@fairmontresources.ca Tel:647-477-2382 Blast Furnace Hearth Protection A typical blast furnace producing 1 million tonnes of pig iron annually could potentially extend the life of its hearth by adding 15,000 to 30,000 tonnes of DSO lump titano-magnetite per year directly with the burden, depending on whether the goal is long term preventative maintenance or short term amelioration. As a result, if proper operating discipline in blast furnace is practiced, it is possible to control the titanium (Ti) content of the hot metal, which helps in crystallization of the titanium-compound that deposits on hearth walls thereby providing protection to the hearth refractories (titanium carbonitride) Fairmont DSO Lump TITANO-MAGNETITE

Fe2O3 % TiO2 % SiO2 % MgO % CaO% V2O5% MnO% Al2O3% S% P% 69.4 18.9 0.89 3.57 0.08 0.54 0.33 6.49 <0.02 0.01 DSO Lump Titano-Magnetite analysis HIGHLIGHTS • LOW SULPHUR - LOW PHOSPHORUS – LOW INSOLUBLES – HIGH IRON • FOR THE PREVENTION AND AMELIORATION OF HEARTH EROSION • EXTENDS CAMPAING LIFE OF BLAST FURACES • REDUCES OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE COSTS •DELAYS MAJOR CAPITAL EXPENDITURES RELATED TO RELINING BLAST FURNACES Fairmont Resources PREMIERE LUMP TITANO-MAGNETITE BLAST FURNACE HEARTH PROTECTION HEARTH EROSION Hearth wall erosion and formation of an elephant foot or mushroom type are a common phenomenon in blast furnace operation. If erosion is not prevented, it may lead to hearth breakouts, cutting short the campaign life of the blast furnace. Preventative maintenance Or short term amelioration PROTECTION With the addition of titano-magnetite ore, used as a feed material with the burden, the iron from magnetite is reduced to pig iron while the ilmenite produces iron, titanium and titanium oxides. The titanium enters the liquid iron and the oxides enter the slag. The addition is controlled to maintain 0.05-0.1% Ti in the metal and ~ 2% TiO2 in the slag. This enables the formation of titanium-carbonitride which has a melting point in excess of 3000°C which provides a coating on the hearth which prevents erosion. As a result, if proper operating discipline in blast furnace is practiced, it is possible to control the titanium (Ti) content of the hot metal, which helps in crystallization of the titanium-compound that deposits on hearth walls thereby providing protection to the hearth refractories (titanium carbonitride). THE FAIRMONT LUMP TITANO- MAGNETITE DIFFERENCE  Very low sulphur and phosphorus compared to lump ilmenite currently sold from Quebec. These are very critical impurities for iron making.  The insolubles are less than 10%. These are higher in ilmenites from other properties in Quebec (>15%), an advantage for iron making as it makes less slag.  Being higher in Fe compared to other lump ilmenite sold from Quebec will be beneficial for providing higher iron units. DOSAGE Blast furnaces will require 15 to 30 kg of the Fairmont DSO Lump Titano-Magnetite per tonne of pig iron produced. MECHANISM LAC ELAN AND BUTTERCUP PROPERTIES

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