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Safety Gas has undertaken industrialists, provide & assemble lighters (Solar – Gas - gas oil) projects to become one of the leading Dates, Fruits & vegetables Drawer, (bake) oven & Drawer oven for Food, Printing, Glass cooling, pottery & iron companies in the region.

Safety Gas has been growing in the last few years where its products and services are setting standards in the region by providing unique services for our clients through continuous efforts and dedication to the regional market and through high quality performance.

The key of the success of our services in the market is by using new technologies, where innovative designs and advanced engineering techniques have given us edge over our competitors.

we have restructured our company to meet the new challenges.

Blast furnace (Glass, bricks, limestone, paints, Electrostatics).

Definition:

Blast furnace gas is produced during the combustion of coke in blast furnaces in the iron and steel industry. It is recovered and used as a fuel partly within the plant and partly in other steel industry processes or in power stations equipped to burn it.
Also included here is oxygen steel furnace gas which is obtained as a by-product of the production of steel in an oxygen furnace and is recovered on leaving the furnace. The gas is also known as converter gas, LD gas or BOS gas.

Copper Smelting Process:

Historically, the most abundant copper bearing ore was called chalcopyrite, CuFeS2. This ore is first enriched by a process called flotation. Powdered ore is mixed water as a slurry and then further mixed with oil and a chemical called amyl xanthate. Compressed air is then blown through the mixture. The flotation process is dependent on pine oil droplets, but it's really xanthate-coated chalcopyrite grains sticking to air bubbles on their way up and over the tank. Pine oil simply makes the bubbles. Almost any frother would do, but pine oil is cheap and readily degrades in the environment. The less dense oil covered copper sulfide particles are carried to the top in the foam and are then skimmed off.
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