FERRO ALLOYS

FERRO Titanium

Ferro Titanium 70% is a low residual, low melting point titanium alloy consumed in the steel industry. Ferro Titanium is produced using titanium scrap and low carbon iron scrap. The scrap blend is such that 70% Titanium content is contained in the final product. At this ratio of titanium to iron, a eutectic is achieved in which the melting point of the alloy is 1,200°C. This eutectic allows rapid dissolution of the alloy. The main first uses of steel that requires Ferro Titanium is steel that is produced for the Automotive and construction industries.

Contact: 

  • David Ingall / david.ingall@fondel.com / +441142447447
  • Paul Bradwell​ / paul.bradwell@fondel.com / +447903628959


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Ferro niobium

Ferro Niobium is mainly used to produce high strength low alloy steel (HSLA) for its unmatched properties to add strength, lighten weight, enhance flexibility and weldability, improve durability and reduce costs. Brazil and Canada are the largest producing nations. Fondel works closely together with the Ferro Niobium producers and operates a worldwide logistical and stockholding network to guarantee short delivery times.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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nickel pig iron

Nickel Pig Iron has proven to be the main nickel unit to be used as raw material for stainless steel production in Asia. It is produced from using low-grade Nickel ore, coking coal and a mixture of fluxes. Nickel Pig Iron provides, besides Nickel, Chrome in addition to Carbon and Silicon, all of which are needed in the production of stainless steel. Fondel acts as exclusive distributor for Indoferro and serves the European, African and US markets. Nickel content ranges from 5 – 8% and will reach 12% from 2017 onwards.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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ferro chrome

High Carbon/ Charge Chrome
Stainless steel depends on chrome for its appearance and its corrosion resisting properties. The Ferro Chrome distributed by Fondel is produced in South Africa, Brazil and India. Our direct agreements with producers allow us to supply at competitive prices to all markets.

Low Carbon
Low Carbon Ferro Chrome is produced by reducing chrome ore with Ferro Silicon Chromium, typically the Chrome contents are minimum 60% with carbon contents ranging from 0.05% to 0.15%. Fondel distributes Ferro Chrome Low Carbon produced from Brazil, China and Turkey. Due to close cooperation with the producers we can be a long term partner to the steel industry.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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ferro silicon

Ferro Silicon is an important additive for alloying and de-oxidation purposes in steelmaking processes. Fondel distributes all grades of ferrosilicon including High Purity and Low Carbon manufactured in China, Brazil and India. We keep local stocks of the full range of Ferro Silicon to ensure short delivery times.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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Recovered Ferro Silico Manganese

One of Fondel’s specialty products it offers is a high grade recovered metal-alloy from discharged primary metal production slag. Through a continuous customization and optimization process with our partners the quality of recovered metal can often match the quality of the original primary Ferro Alloy. We can offer our clients a tailor made product specification that gives them the flexibility to choose the optimal balance between competitively priced raw material costs versus melt shop operational efficiencies.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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recovered ferro chrome

One of Fondel’s specialty products it offers is a high grade recovered metal-alloy from discharged primary metal production slag. Through a continuous customization and optimization process with our partners the quality of recovered metal can often match the quality of the original primary Ferro alloy. We can offer our clients a tailor made product specification that gives them the flexibility to choose the optimal balance between competitively priced raw material costs versus melt shop operational efficiencies.

Contact: 

  • Dennis Teunissen / dennis.teunissen@fondel.com


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