Kalyani Steel Plans Stamp Charged Coke Ovens
Manufacturing Today India reported that Kalyani Steels plans to install a coke making facility and heat recovery captive power plant, adjacent to its steel
Manufacturing Today India reported that Kalyani Steels plans to install a coke making facility and heat recovery captive power plant, adjacent to its steel plant in Koppal district in Karnataka. The project involves setting up of a 200,000 tonnes per annum non recovery/heat recovery, stamp charged coke oven with modified wet quenching of hot coke and 15-17 MW captive power plant to be operated utilising waste heat energy of flue gas generated from coke oven. The electrical power so produced shall be used for captive consumption.
The project cost is set at INR 211 crores which will be funded by way of debt and internal accruals. The commissioning of this project is expected in September 2022.
Kalyani's existing plant capacity is of 700,000 tonnes per annum of carbon and alloy steels in straight length forms. The facilities at the steel manufacturing unit include Blast furnaces, Sinter plants, EOF, LF, VD, Bloom and Billet casters, bar and rod mill with all required auxiliaries and infrastructure.
Manufacturing Today India