Producing Steel

Producing Steel

Producing steel comes from the process of using iron ore and scrap metals. During the process of steelmaking, impurities are produced, but can be removed to produce varying grades of steel. Impurities are typically nitrogen, silicon, sulphur, phosphorus and excess carbon. Alloying elements are usually added to help produce these different grades of steel. The elements include nickel, vanadium, chromium and manganese. Phase 1 desktop study carried out by Adeptus.