Redmond Global Exports meticulously sources iron and steel raw materials from reputable suppliers, ensuring the highest quality and adherence to international standards. Our commitment to excellence begins with the selection of premium materials.

Iron & Steel Raw Materials

Leveraging our expertise in international trade, we strategically navigate global markets to offer iron and steel raw materials to clients around the world. Our global presence allows us to stay attuned to market trends and provide timely and efficient solutions.

Recognizing the importance of sustainability, we are dedicated to responsible sourcing and environmentally conscious practices in the iron and steel supply chain. Redmond Global Exports is committed to contributing to a sustainable and ethical global trade environment.

Iron Ore: Iron ore, a fundamental raw material in the production of iron and steel, is a key driver of global industrial progress. Iron ore exists in varying grades, with different iron content levels. High-grade ores are sought after for their efficiency in the steelmaking process. Quality parameters also include impurity levels, moisture content, and particle size.

Manganese Ore: Manganese ore is a vital raw material in the production of steel and various alloys, valued for its ability to enhance the strength and durability of metals. Found in nature as oxides, silicates, and carbonates, manganese ore is mined and processed to extract manganese, a key alloying element.

Coking Coal: Coking coal, also known as metallurgical coal, plays a pivotal role in the steel making process, providing the necessary fuel and chemical properties to transform iron ore into molten iron in a blast furnace. Coking coal is distinguished by its specific chemical and physical properties, including low sulfur and phosphorus content.

Limestone Flux: Limestone flux is an essential ingredient in the steel making process, acting as a purifying agent and facilitating the removal of impurities from iron ore during the transformation into molten iron. Limestone flux is primarily used in blast furnaces, integral to the production of iron and steel.

Dolomite: Dolomite is a mineral composed of calcium magnesium carbonate, often found in sedimentary rock formations. This mineral also plays a crucial role in the steel industry, where it is utilized as a flux in the production of iron and steel, aiding in the removal of impurities during the smelting process.

Quicklime: Quicklime is employed in the production of steel, where it helps remove impurities from the raw materials. Its versatility and reactivity make quicklime an essential component in several industries, contributing to processes that range from building construction to environmental remediation.

Graphite Electrodes: Graphite electrodes are essential components in electric arc furnaces, playing a crucial role in the production of steel and other metals. Composed primarily of graphite, these electrodes exhibit excellent electrical conductivity, thermal resistance, and mechanical strength.

Iron Scrap: Iron scrap, also known as scrap iron or ferrous scrap, refers to discarded or recycled iron and steel materials recovered from various sources. Recycling iron scrap is a sustainable practice that not only conserves natural resources but also reduces the energy and environmental impact associated with traditional iron production.