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Metals March – Direct Reduced Iron

Mar 23, 2021 / Podcast

For part four of this five part series on refractories for ferrous and non-ferrous metals industries, Corey Forster returns to High Temperature Times™ to discuss Direct Reduced Iron (DRI) technology in the ferrous metals industry. This rapidly developing technology converting iron ore to metallic iron for steel production is a key factor in meeting global energy and climate goals. As this process continues development and more iron and steel manufacturers delve into the DRI space, HarbisonWalker International will be there to offer total refractory solutions, continuing to make HWI your first and only call in the refractory industry.

For more information about the DRI or the steel industry, reach out to our technical marketing team.

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With more than 150 years of industry leadership, HarbisonWalker International (HWI) is the largest supplier of refractory products and services in the United States. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the company’s international network spans North America, Europe, and Asia, with 19 manufacturing plants, 30 global sourcing centers, and technology facilities in both the United States and China. Serving virtually every major industry that requires refractory solutions to enhance production and protect assets, HWI is consistently recognized for its talented experts, industry firsts, and intensely driven excellence.

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