Bitumen coal

bitumen coal

Bitumen coal

Bitumen coal is usually black in rock form ore. The bitumen coal is a type of coal composed of carbon with amounts of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfur. Chemical formula of bitumen coal is C137H97O9NS.We are able to micronize the coal to 200 mesh.

Uses of bitumen coal

Bitumen coal is used in drilling fluid for several propose.The main usage is emulsifiers,foamers,defoamers,wetting agent,detergent  and specially lubricant and corrosion inhibitors.Bitumen coal is reasonable and anticipate further advance in the application of surfactants to making hole and improving productivity.

Bitumen coal composition

Bitumen coal is non-coking and contains less sulfur and moisture approximately 1 to 3 percent  and volatile matter up to 65 percent. It has 35 to 45 percent carbon content and different ash content depend on mine and side of drilling approx 10 percent. The bitumen coal has sulfur content and generally under 5 percent by weight. Nitrogen, Hydrogen and Oxygen makes up approximately 3 to 5 percent of the total weight.                                                                                              

Bitumen coal energy content

Bitumen coal high volatile B has 30.2-32.5, High, Medium, Low volatile A is higher than 32.5MJ/Kg

Bitumen coal calorific value

Calorific value of bitumen coal is 17000-2350KJ/kg or 7300-10000Btu/lb

Bitumen coal price

We are selling bitumen coal as per plats rate FOB of Bandar Abbas in bulk or jumbo bag in rock form.The selling rate is minus 5USD per ton.

Bitumen coal properties

The main issue of bitumen coal are particulate matter (PM), sulfur oxides, and nitrogen oxides. Some metals like lead and mercury, hydrocarbons like methane, alkanes, alkenes, benzenes and others are also released. Some unburned substances like carbon monoxide and various organic compounds are released even under proper boiler operating conditions.Bitumen coal has two sub product; thermal or steam coal and metallurgical coal. Metallurgical or coking coal is baked in ovens in the absence of oxygen at temperatures as high as 1,100 °C (2010°F). This process is called pyrolysis. By this process, the coal is melted and the volatile constituents and impurities are driven off. Finally, the end product is pure liquified carbon which solidifies into coke.

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