Steel can be obtained from:
- basic oxygen steel making: working the molten iron produced by the melting of coke and ore via blast furnaces
- electric steel making: working from recycled scrap iron and/or reduction of iron ore.
Melting in electric arc furnaces and ladle furnaces is ensured by control of the carbon electrodes.
CONDAT has developed effective products, based on synthetic technologies, ensuring perfect lubrication at high temperatures. With melting points that can be greater than 1 500°C and the use of much hydraulic equipment, fire is a major risk in steel making plant. Another constraint: pollution.
Our fire-resistant fluids, recognised by insurers (FM Approved), guarantee the safety of workers and installations.
Fire-resistant hydraulic fluids for:
- door controls for coke ovens,
- car waggons,
- floor machines,
- blast furnace doors,
- tilting and electrodes control,
- opening and closing roofs and sliding doors of electric arc furnaces and ladle furnaces.
- Greasing of ladle axles
Greasing of ladle axles
Condat provides Technical Assistance to advise you and guarantee optimum use of our lubricants.
Furthermore, CONDAT ensures the monitoring and analysis in service of its Condat D and Condat Guard C46.
- Optimise your consumption and possibly space out your oil drains
- Guarantee optimal lubrication of your equipment