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70M MINI BLAST FURNACE

TECHNICAL REPORT

TOMAR CONSULTANCY

SERVICES(TCS)

D-149,3RD FLOOR, LAXMI NAGAR, DELHI-110092.

CONTENTS

 

1.  MARKET SCENARIO

2.  MINI BLAST FURNACE PROCESS

3.  RAW MATERIAL

4.  UTILITIES & SERVICES

5.  RAW MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM

6.  CIVIL WORK & STEEL STRUCTURE

7.  POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES

8.  ENERGY CONSERVATION

9.  MANPOWER

10. LAND

11. PROJECT EXECUTION

12  OPERATION PARAMETERS                                          

13  EXTIMATED COST OF PRODUCTION                

14  ESTIMATED PROJECT COST                               

15. TENTATIVE PROJECT COST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. MARKET SCENARIO

 

 

The buoyant steel market has left an indelible mark on the

Economy and everything seems pretty on track with steel prices rising,

steel shares reaching new highs and most importantly, the demands

showing no sagging signs.

 

 

By 2012, the consumption of finished steel in India is expected to

reach around 55-60 million tones (MT), nearly double the current level.

More consumption of steel means more consumption of Pig Iron.

 

 

Pig Iron is mainly categorized into two major types: a) 'Basic

Grade' iron used for steel making at BOF/EOF and b) ‘Foundry Grade’

iron for making iron castings which find applications in industrial and

other sectors. In recent developments pig iron is also used as a scrap

substitute in the charge - mix of Electric Arc Furnaces (EAFs) to the

tune of 20% in the charge-mix of Induction Furnaces.

 

 

The pig iron industry profile is constantly undergoing changes,

with more mini blast furnace units in the private and secondary sector

coming up in the post liberalization era. Significantly, contribution of

secondary sector units has increased from only 8% during 1991-92 to

around 60% in 1999-2000. Total production of Pig iron in 1999-2000

was 3.158 million tonnes of which 1.230 million tonnes was produced

by the main producers and the balance 1.928 million tonnes by the units

in the secondary sector. The secondary sector units are also producing

foundry grade pig iron including low sulphur and low phosphorous

grades.

 

 

The production of pig iron has increased from 1.6 million tonnes in

1991-92 to 5.28 million tonnes in 2002-03. During the year 2003-04,

the production of Pig Iron was 5.221 million tonnes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The trend in apparent consumption of pig iron for the period 1980-81 to 2003-04 is presented in Table 03.01.

Trend in apparent consumption of pig iron

 

Year

Production

(A)

(000’ TONS)

Import

(B)

(000’ TONS)

Export

(C)

(000’ TONS)

Apparent consumption

(D)

(000’ TONS)

Export as %

Of

Consumption

(C/D)

1980-81

1438

0

0

1438

-----

1981-82

1272

117

0

1389

-----

1982-83

1184

464

0

1648

----

1983-84

1487

217

0

1704

----

1984-85

1199

0

0

1199

----

1985-86

1260

0

0

1260

----

1986-87

1374

35

0

1409

----

1987-88

1291

34

0

1325

----

1988-89

1128

164

0

1292

----

1989-90

1350

356

0

1706

----

1990-91

1514

189

0

1703

----

1991-92

1605

152

0

1757

----

1992-93

1845

73

16

1902

0.8

1993-94

2251

21

620

1652

37.5

1994-95

2781

1

465

2317

20.1

1995-96

2781

100

503

2378

21.2

1996-97

3346

15

451

2910

15.5

1997-98

3416

3

782

2637

29.7

1998-99

3060

2

280

2782

10.1

1999-00

3191

2

285

2908

9.8

2000-01

3408

2

223

3187

7.0

2001-02

4091

2

312

3781

8.3

2002-03

5281

1

629

4653

13.5

2003-04

5221

2

576

4647

12.4

                                                                                               

 

Source: 1. Statistics for Iron & Steel Industry in India – SAIL

            2. Steel Statistical Year book- Steel Scenario.                                     

Table reveals that the apparent consumption of pig iron has increased from about 1.7 million tones in 1990-91 to about 4.6 million tones in 2003-04 with an annual average growth rate of about 8%.

The demand for pig iron has been rising sharply in the recent years, particularly during the period from 1999-2000 to 2003-04, when average annual growth in consumption was around 12% per annum. The Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-07) envisaged a growth in industrial production of about 10% per annum. For the purpose of projecting the demand for pig iron for the milestone years 2004-05 and 2006-07 the annual growth rate of 10% has been considered. For projecting the demand for the terminal year 2011-12 a modest growth of 8% is considered. Further, Table- 03.03 reveals that pig iron exports from India varies between 7% to 13.5% of apparent consumption during the period 2000-01 to 2003-04.

In view of the above, 10% of projected domestic demand is adopted to assess the export demand. The projected demand thus, estimated are furnished in Table.

Demand for pig iron(‘000 tonnes)

Year

 

Domestic demand

Demand with export

2006-07

 

6185

6800

2011-12

 

9090

10000

Considering the above gap in availability, 0.49 lacs tons of produced from the proposed complex can be easily sold to the re-rollers and the engineering industry of the domestic market. The identified export potential will further boost the marketability of the billet.

The high capital investment/a.t, increasing prices of Iron Ore & Coke had restricted the scope of further installations. Therefore, now, an attempt of survival against these with low specific investments and adoption of technologies, which are capable of reducing the production cost significantly.

 

 

 

 

 

RELEVANCE OF MINI-BLAST FURNACE IN PREVAILING SCENERIO

 

Under the circumstances, it is appropriate to put up low cost, micro blast

furnaces, which have the following advantages:

 

1. The total capital cost of the plant is significantly lowers thereby a

large number of entrepreneurs can participate and install these units throughout

the country. Similar concepts adopted by china in 1950s and 60s not only

helped in faster growth of steel industry and in increased employment potential

but also provided opportunity of spreading the technical culture to village

level.

 

2. The specific investment in Rs. / annual tonne of installed capacity is

almost half of the mini blast furnaces installed in last 10 to 12 years. This will

reduce the depreciation and interest components of the production cost.

 

3. Since the quantum of construction is smaller, such plants can be put

up in a very short time of 6 to 8 months. This aspect enables to reduce the

interest burden during construction period.

 

4. The required power is generated within the plant using surplus blast

furnace gas and the small quantity of make up water required can easily be

met.

 

5. These miniature blast furnaces can be work successfully even with

inferior grade of raw material e.g. high ash coke of 20 to 22 % or 10-25/40 mm

coke, available as surplus from large integrated steel plants, thus enabling to

lower the cost production.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. MINI BLAST FURNACE PROCESS

 

The Mini blast furnace will produce liquid iron, which can be used to

cast into foundry grade Pig iron. This liquid iron can be utilized as an input to

LD and EAF for making steel, where this facility is available. Now a days

liquid hot metal is being charged with DRI in induction furnaces also which

saves Electrical Energy and reduces process time considerably.

 

Lump iron ore along with coke and fluxes like limestone, dolomite,

manganese ore and quartzite will be charged into the mini blast furnace to

produce liquid pig iron, commonly known as hot metal. Liquid slag generated

in the process will be granulated by water jet to make it as an input for cement

(slag cement) manufacturing. The technical parameters of the MBF are given

below :

Technological parameters of blast furance

                                               


Item

Unit

Parameters

 

1

Working Volume

Cum

70

2

Productivity

t/cum/day

2

3

Daily production

t/day

140

4

Burden

 

Lump iron ore

5

Blast Volume

Nm/hr

14000

6

Hot Blast Temperature

C

850-950

7

Blast heating system

 

Hot blast stoves(Pebble Bed)

8

Gas Cleaning system

 

Wet Type; II Stage Venturi

9

MBF feeding system

 

Through Belt Conveyor/Skip trolley system ;

Batching through PLC

10

Top Charging

 

Double bell system

 

Operating conditions of blast furnace

No. of operating days/yr

353

No. of shifts per day

3+1

No. of hot metal tapping /day

12-15

 

 

 

 

 

The major plant facilities are as follows: -

1x 70m3 MBF

Blast heating system

Blowing system

Gas cleaning system

Slag granulation system

Utilities

Pig casting machine

3. RAW MATERIALS

The major raw - material required for production of Pig Iron are iron ore, coke. The Fe content of iron ore should preferably be 65% and above with a Laterite content under 10%, in respect of coke, fixed carbon should be 75% or higher with ash not more than 25%. Limestone, which is used as a de-sulphurizer, should have Ca0 contents of above 45%.

The product mix is an important part of the Blast Furnace. The success of production process in the furnace mostly depends on it. The standard specification of raw- material for production of one tone of pig iron under the proposed technology is as below:

S.No

Raw-material

Qty/ Ton

01

Iron ore

1.550 Mt

02

Coke

0.725 Mt

03

Limestone

0.15 Mt

04

Dolomite

0.125 Mt

05

Quartz

0.05 Mt

 

Total

2.600Mt

 


 

 The raw material for production of pig iron under proposed Mini Blast Furnace must has following physical & chemical specification : Raw – material.

CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF RAW MATERIAL

 

 

  1. HARD COKE

 

             CARBON                                                       85 - 88%

           

             SULPHER                                                      0.55 -0.65%

           

             ASH                                                               12 – 18%

           

             V.M.                                                              1.00 – 1.5%

 

             SIZE                                                               20MM to 40MM,10MM

 

             MOISTURE                                                  5% MAXIMUM

 

             C.S.R.                                                            60% MINIMUM

 

             C.R.I.                                                            30% MAXIMUM

 

 

 

  1. IRON ORE

 

            HEMATITE                                            Fe2O3

 

            Fe  (T)                                                      62%    MINIMUM

 

            Al2O3                                                        2.5%   MAXIMUM

 

            SiO2                                                          3 – 4% MAXIMUM

 

            L.O.I.                                                        4%       MAXIMUM

 

            LATERITE & POROUS                       MINIMUM

 

            PHOSPOROUS                                       0.100 %   MAXIMUM

 

            SIZE                                                         10 – 30% MAXIMUM

 

          

 

                                

 

           

 

  1. LIMESTONE

 

                 CALCIUM OXIDE (CaO)                    50% MINIMUM

                SILICA (SiO2 )                                         03% MAXIMUM

                  ALLUMINA(Al2O3)                                02% MAXIMUM

                  Magnesia (MgO)                                05% MAXIMUM

                  SIZE                                                           20MM to 40MM

                  L.O.I.                                                         39% MAXIMUM

 

 

 

4.      DOLOMITE

                

                  CALCIUM OXIDE (CaO)                    30% MINIMUM

                 SILICA (SiO2 )                                          03% MAXIMUM

                   Magnesia (MgO)                                 21% MAXIMUM

                   SIZE                                                          20MM to 40MM

                  L.O.I.                                                         40% MAXIMUM

 

5.      QUARTZITE

                      SILICA (SiO2 )                                         96% MINIMUM

                  ALLUMINA(Al2O3)                                02% MAXIMUM

                  SIZE                                                          20MM to 40MM

 

6.      MAGNESE ORE

             

 

                MANGANESE (MN)                                30% MINIMUM

                    Fe (T)                                                   30%   APPROX.

                    Al2O3                                                    03%   MAXIMUM

                    SiO2                                                      03%   MAXIMUM

                    L.O.I.                                                    04%   MAXIMUM

                    SIZE                                                     20 to 40%

 

                      

The above chemical & physical composition of raw materials should be strictly maintained to produce quality product at lowest cost. It is also essential for the productivity & durability of bricks & castable lining inside the Blast furnace. The specifications of raw materials may be changed under the guidance of expert persons.                                                                                    

 

 PRODUCT MIX

Envisased Product Mix from Proposed Mini Integrated Steel Complex would be Hot Metal/Pig iron From Blast Furnace (Both Foundry & Steel grade). Hot metal would cast in Pig casting Machine to generate small Pigs. Pig Iron can be sold directly in the market or else converted into steel by BOF – IMF route. Steel, thus, produced would be cast as steel ingots by bottom pouring process or cast through CCM.

Hot Metal would be charged directly in BOF & processed further to achieve partial refinement & temperature gain upto 16000C.  Partial refine steel would be charged in the medium frequency Induction Furnace & mixed with DRI (60 – 70%) to achieve final specification. Any alloy addition can also be made in the Induction Furnace to produce value added Alloys Steel for Forging or Rolling.  Blast Furnace Slag can also be sold to the cement Plant after the slag is granulated.


4.         SERVICES

The services like Water, Oxygen, Emergency power, Electric power,

Repair & Maintenance Shop, Quality Assessment, etc. for the proposed

Mini Blast Furnace have been planned.. The same have been

summarized below:

 

4.1       Power supply and distribution

The Blast Furnace plant demand is envisaged to be within 1000

KVA. Thus plant can be run on DG (Diesel Generator) with full load in

Case of Grid power failure.

 

4.2       Water System

 

A Pump House with sumps and cooling towers has been envisaged for

the proposed Mini Blast Furnace for meeting the water required for the

process, cleaning, cooling purposes, etc. keeping maximum recirculation

of water into consideration to minimize the water consumption.

 

 

Estimated requirement of water

1. Circulating Water : 400 m3/hr

2. Make-up Water :    150 m3/hr

 

 

4.3       Gas and fuel facilities

 

Requirement of Oxygen for the Blast Furnace Process will

be met by maintaining a bank of Oxygen cylinders in safe open place as

per statutory requirement and supply of the same to the process points

shall be effected through network of pipe-lines.

LDO/HSD for Pre-Heating of Stoves shall be stored in over

ground storage tanks and supplied through network of pipe lines.

 

4.4     Maintenance Shop

 

Provision for one Repairing & Maintenance shop with small work-shop

has been envisaged to ensure better availability of plant and services

equipments. Spare parts and special castings, forgings and machining

items shall be taken from outside parties.

 

 

 

 

4.5       Quality Assurance Division

 

To assess the quality of raw materials and products one well equipped

lab, Chemical analysis set-up and Physical testing Lab will be provided

 

4.6       Fire Safety system

 

As Mini Blast Furnace involves liquid metal handling and high

temperature operations so to protect the plant from any occurrence of

fire, adequate fire fighting measures have been planned. The following

fire protection facilities have been provided.

 

􀂾 Fire hydrant system

􀂾 Portable fire extinguishers

􀂾 Manual fire alarm system

 

5.         RAW MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM

 

The charging system is having an sheded stock yard with

manual feeding of the materials into the charging hopper at the ground.

The top charging system is having two bell systems and skip charging

arrangement operated by winches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.         CIVIL WORK AND STEEL STRUCTURES

 

6.1       Civil Work

 

Civil work will include plant and office buildings, foundation of

equipment and building structures, roads, boundary walls, conveyor

bridge supports, site leveling, earthwork, piling, etc.

6.2       Steel Structures

 

The main structural work will include building structures,

conveyor and stock-house structure and PCM structure , pipelines and

supports, walkways, platforms, bunkers and silos, sheeting for covering

roof and sidewalls, etc.

The design will take into account static load, wind load, dust

deposition load and thermal load, as well as allowances for thermal

expansion of buildings, Structures, pipelines and supports.

 

 

7.         POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES

 

The pollutants in the form of solids, liquids and gases may generate

from steel making units therefore adequate pollution control equipments

would be installed to limit the emission of pollutants within the statutory

norms.

 

i.          Liquid Effluent:

 

There is no liquid process effluent from the proposed unit. A zero

liquid effluent discharge strategy has been envisaged for the proposed

plant by re-circulating water in the process.

 

ii.        Air Pollution Control:

Blast Furnace Gas (BFG) coming out of the blast furnace at

temperatures (120-2000C) are allowed to pass through the Gas Cleaning

Plant (GCP) consists of:

 

Dust Catcher

Saturator

Venturi-I & II

Cyclonic Separator

 

and clean BFG is directed to Stoves where it is burnt to heat the pebbles

which in turn transfers heat to cold blast and rest of the BFG can be

utilized for other heating purposes and excess BFG is thrown in

atmosphere after flaring through High Stack.

 

 

 

iii.       Solid Waste Management:

 

Dust collected from Dust catcher and bag-houses are used for land

filling purposes.

Slag arising during Blast Furnace process is granulated and stacked

separately which is finally sold to the Cement Manufacturers.

 

 

 

 

8.         ENERGY CONSERVATION

 

With effective utilization of Blast Furnace Gas in Stoves we have

planned for a process which is very Energy-efficient and other processes

have been planned accordingly.

 

9.         MANPOWER

 

For vertical take-off of Plant and smooth & efficient operation

thereafter meticulous man power planning is required. The estimated

requirement of manpower in various categories is 75.

 

 

10.       LAND

 

Total Land Required for the Proposed MINI Blast Furnace

           : 8-10Acres

 

11.       ROJECT EXECUTION

The implementation schedule is considered based on the date of

finalization of the plant layout as Zero date. With well-planned and

sequenced schedule the plant is planned to be commissioned in 8-10

months from the zero date.

 

 

 13. ESTIMATED COST FOR RODUCTION OF ONE TON OF HOT METAL

 

MATERIAL

QUANTITY IN K.G

GRADE

RATE

PER TON COST IN RS.

 

 

 

 

 

COKE

750

LOW ASH 12% MAX

16000

12000

IRON ORE

1550

Fe 65% 1

3000

4650

LIME STONE

150

51%

1300

195

DOLOMITE

125

21.50%

1300

162.5

QUARTZITE

30

 

0.4

12

POWER

140UNIT

 

4

560

MANPOWER

 

 

 

425

MAINTENANCE

 

 

 

400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

18404.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATERIAL

QUANTITY IN K.G

GRADE

RATE

PER TON COST IN RS.

 

 

 

 

 

COKE

850

LOW ASH 18% MAX

13000

11050

IRON ORE

1550

Fe 65% 1

3000

4650

LIME STONE

160

51%

1300

208

DOLOMITE

140

21.50%

1300

182

QUARTZITE

40

 

0.4

16

POWER

160UNIT

 

4

640

MANPOWER

 

 

 

450

MAINTENANCE

 

 

 

400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

17596

 

 

 

 

 

REMARKS

 

 

 

 

1.COKE MOISTURE -- 3 - 4%MAX

 

 

 

2. HOT BLAST TEMP 1000 DEG. CENT. MIN

 

 

3.WIND VOLUME 12000 NM3/HR.

 

 

 

4. BUSTLE PR. 1.0 KG/CM2

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. DETAILS OF PLANT & EQUIPMENT & ESTIMATED COST

EQUIPMENT LIST OF 70 M3 BLAST FURNACE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SL. NO

EQUIPMENT

Supplier

QUANTITY

COSTING

 

 

1

Top charging equipment

ABP

1 set

2408000

 

 

2

Tuyere stock assly

ABP

8 sets

1166400

 

 

3

Slag notch assly

ABP

1 set

36000

 

 

4

Tuyere & slag notch sockets

ABP

9 sets

328000

 

 

5

Snort valve 400 dia

ABP

1 set

168000

 

 

6

Gas burner 400 dia

ABP

3 nos

140000

 

 

7

Stainless steel pebble cage

ABP

3 sets

496000

 

 

8

Molding ladles with one traverse

ABP

3 sets

756000

 

 

9

Tap hole frame

At site

1 no.

40800

 

 

10

Stock rod with pneumatic operation

ABP

2 sets

480000

 

 

11

Cooling tower

Paharpur/sothern cooling tower

01 pcs

160000

 

 

12

Tueyer cooling pump,H-40mtrs,Q-150m/hr

Kirloskar

2

160000

 

 

13

Backdrafting valve 500 dia

ABP

1 set

240000

 

 

14

Furnace bledder 400 dia

ABP

1 set

192000

 

 

15

Dust catcher bleeder with manual winch,200 dia

ABP

1 set

48000

 

 

16

Pig casting machine

 

 

0

 

 

17

(a) C. S. Mould

110Kg/pc.

250 Pcs

1200000

 

 

18

(b) Mechanism

 

1 set

5600000

 

 

19

(c) Structural supports

 

1 set

2000000

 

 

20

Dust discharge rotary valves

ABP

2 sets

88000

 

 

21

Cu-tuyeres

Empire/Technometal cast alloys

8 sets

192000

 

 

22

Cu-intermediate cooler

Empire

8 sets

483200

 

 

23

Hydraulic mudgun

Rotamech

1 set

648000

 

 

24

Tap hole drill machine

Rotamech

1 set

576000

 

 

25

Pneumatic operation for small bell

ABP

1 set

42000

 

 

26

Pneumatic operation for big bell

ABP

1 set

42000

 

 

27

Hot blast valve 500 dia

Fouress/Joshi Jampala

3 nos

1280000

 

 

28

Burner shutoff valve 400 dia

Fouress/Joshi Jampala

3 nos

1200000

 

 

 

 

29

Cold blast valve 400 dia

Fouress/Joshi Jampala

3 sets

504000

 

 

30

Chimney valve 600 dia

Fouress/Joshi Jampala

3 sets

1350000

 

 

31

Chimney/cold blast  by-pass valve 100 dia

Hawa/Venus

6 sets

80000

 

 

32

Gas/Air shutoff & throttle valve 400 dia

Hawa/Venus

18 nos

1152000

 

 

33

Air mixing throttle valve 250 dia

Hawa/Venus

1 set

25600

 

 

34

Air mixing throttle valve 250 dia

Hawa/Venus

1 set

25600

 

 

35

Equalizing valve 200 dia

ABP

1 set

21600

 

 

36

Relief valve 200 dia

ABP

1 set

21600

 

 

37

Water valves

Hawa/Venus

1 set

540000

 

 

38

Gear boxes & couplings for various drives

NAW/Elecon/Greaves

1 set

200000

 

 

39

Actuators for stove valves

Auma/PREPEC

1 set

1080000

 

 

40

EOT crane 8MT capacity 11Mtr. span pendent operated lift=9Mtr.

ABP

1 set

1360000

 

 

41

One screen, 25T/hr, deck with 8mm opening

MOKTALI

2 sets

120000

 

 

42

Coke screen 15TPH, desk with 10mm & 20mm opening

MOKTALI

2 sets

120000

 

 

43

Electro mechanical vibratory feeder for coke, 15TPH, 1750 X 750mm

ELECTROMAGNET INDIA

2 sets

200000

 

 

44

Electro mechanical vibratory feeder for coke, 25TPH, 1500 X 500mm

ELECTROMAGNET INDIA

2 sets

200000

 

 

45

Electro mechanical vibratory feeder for additives, 10TPH, 1500 x 500mm

ELECTROMAGNET INDIA

4 sets

480000

 

 

46

Electronic load cell mounted weigh hopper with suitable liner plates mounted on 4 nos load cells with control

IPA

 

0

 

 

47

(a) for coke, 1.25M3 useful vol

1 set

240000

 

 

48

(b) for ore & additives 0.61M3

2 sets

240000

 

 

49

Centrifugal fans/blower for Blast furnace 11000NM3/hr 1.1 kg/cm2 pressure from outlet of 4 blowers in series.

INDUSTRIAL FANS(INDIA)

5 sets

2400000

 

 

50

Combustion air fans Q=6000NM3/hr;P=1000mmwc

Supereme/RIA ENTERPRISES

2 sets

144000

 

 

51

Air Screw compressure & air reciever,75 KW motor

Atlas copco/Elgi

 

1720000

 

 

52

Flare stack system

COBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM

1 set

400000

 

 

53

JCB/poclain for handling raw materials & granulated slag

JCB/L&T

1

2320000

 

 

54

Gas cleaning plant Q=15000NM3/hr, inlet pr. Of 0.3 to 0.5 At.  inlet dust=8gm/Nm3 outlet=5mg/Nm3

THERMAX/REICO

 

960000

 

 

55

500 kg/hr boiler on oil firing Steam pr. At 8kg/cm2

THERMAX

1 set

240000

 

 

56

Thickener

Mcnally Bharat

1 set

1680000

 

 

57

Co-detector & gas mask

 

 

20000

 

 

58

Fire hydrants & fire extinguisher

 

2 sets

80000

 

 

59

750 KVA DG set with auto start

JAKSONS

2lot

7440000

 

 

60

250 KVA DG set for one fan

JAKSONS

1 set

0

 

 

61

Motors for various drives

KIRLOSKAR/Alstom

1 set

2600000

 

 

62

Furnace cooling pump, Q=350m3/hr; H=50m, positive suction

KIRLOSKAR/Mather+ Platt

2

320000

 

 

63

SGP pump, Q=250m3/hr; H=50m positive suction

KIRLOSKAR/Mather+ Platt

2

320000

 

 

64

GCP pump Q=70m3/hr, H=30m with foot valve(-3m) suction

KIRLOSKAR/Mather+ Platt

2

240000

 

 

65

PCM pump Q=70m3/hr, H=30m with foot valve(-3m) suction

KIRLOSKAR/Mather+ Platt

2

240000

 

 

66

Sump pump 5m3/hr, 20m

KIRLOSKAR/Mather+ Platt

1

80000

 

 

67

Set of instruments

YBL/Honeywell

1 lot

2560000

 

 

68

Shop electrics, PCC & MCC

CDSPL

1 lot

1200000

 

 

69

PLC & automation package  + Variable voltage variable frequency drive for 30KW, 750RPM  motor of PCM

CDSPL

1 lot

2880000

 

 

70

Electrical & instrument cables

 

 

4080000

 

 

71

Area & building lighting

 

1 lot

400000

 

 

72

Transformer 2000 KVA (For BF)

TESLA

1 set

1200000

 

 

73

Telephone systems & alarms

 

 

80000

 

 

74

Lab equipment

 

1 lot

2560000

 

 

75

Raw materials conveying system

 

1 lot

0

 

 

76

(a) Stock house feeding conveyor B=650mm, L=58.5M, 1.8m/sec, capacity-100T/hr for ore (BD=2.2)

Vinar/Lyko

1 set

1760000

 

 

77

(b) Stock house overhead conveyor B=650mm, L=24m, 1.8m/sec capacity 200 T/hr on ore (BD=2.2)

Vinar/Lyko

1 set

120000

 

 

78

(c) Reversible shuttle conveyor B=650mm, L=10m, 1.8m/sec capacity 200T on ore travel=5 mtr.

Vinar/Lyko

1 set

480000

 

 

79

(d) Stock house collecting conveyer B=500mm, L=18m, 1.8m/sec. Capacity 140 T/Hr. on ore (twin drive)

Vinar/Lyko

 

180000

 

 

80

(e) Furnace charging conveyer B=500mm, L=101M, 1.8m/sec capacity 140T/Hr. on ore  (twin drive)

Vinar/Lyko

1 set

840000

 

 

81

(f) Fines conveyor for ore fines & coke fines, B=400, L=18M speed, 1.2 m/sec capacity 10T/Hr.

Vinar/Lyko

1 set

240000

 

 

82

Pressure filters, suitable for dia 200 water pipeline, flow rate 350M3/hr pressure 40M Head.

 

2 sets

600000

 

 

83

Refractory

OCL/TRL

2 sets

20000000

 

 

84

Castables

OCL/TRL

 

1200000

 

 

85

Pebbles

Chinese /sunrise export

160

3600000

 

 

86

Weigh bridge

 

 

520000

 

 

87

Structures+ Furnace Shell + DC+Stove Shell+Ducts+Bustle ring etc.    (200T)

ABP

750

36000000

 

 

88

Erection

 

750

13500000

 

 

89

Civil Work

 

3000

25200000

 

 

90

Other expenses

 

 

8000000

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

176534800

 

 

 

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15.       CAPITAL COST

 

The capital cost of the project is approx 17.65 Crores.The Cost is expected

to even lower, as, when the project is implemented; it is possible to

negotiate the best prices with most of the equipment suppliers and

fabrication & erection contractors.



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