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Publication Date: 06/1997
Pages: 3
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Baghouse vibrators keep steel production levels steady

When baghouse dust buildup slowed steel production, installing vibrators returned levels to normal.

North Star Steel Co., St. Paul, Minn., a subsidiary of Cargill, operates ten facilities nationwide for steelmaking or rolling steel. The steelmaker's St. Paul mill produces high-quality carbon steel and alloy steel rounds for the construction industry and makers of industrial equipment. The raw materials consist of about 70 percent prompt industrial scrap [unused industrial scrap steel] and 30 percent frag [fragmented used scrap steel]. The steelmaker produces about 90 t/h of steel.

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