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FeCr

Fechrome is a corrosion-resistant alloy of chrome and iron containing between 50% and 65% chrome. It is a finishing material which contains about 50-70% (depending on ore used as the producer) chromium alloyed with iron. Most of the world's ferrochrome is produced in South Africa, Kazakhstan and India, which have large domestic Cr Ore resources. Increasing amounts coming from Russia and China.
Also, besides addition of chromium in the alloy, the carbon content is important, because more of this element, the lower class smelt steel.

Date ASIA EUROPE USA
01/12/2009 2520 2520 2520
18/04/2009 3418-3420 3418-3420 3418-3420
31/12/2008 1668.11 1598.11 1598.11
17/12/2008 1980 1980 1980
30/10/2008 1786-1800 1130.97 1130.97
30/09/2008 4761.97 4761.97 4761.97
30/08/2008 7280.98 7930.98 8124.02
30/07/2008 9500-9800 10020-11100 11486.07
30/06/2008 11464.02 11441.97 11486.07
30/05/2008 5511.55 11221.51 11133.33
30/04/2008 10251.48 10185.34 10317.62
30/03/2008 8818.47 8752.34 8884.61
28/02/2008 6580.78 7142.96 6018.61
30/01/2008 6580.77 5621.78 4673.79
30/12/2000 5147.78 5621.78 4673.79




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