The Ironmaking Process | New Zealand Steel
The New Zealand Steel plant at Glenbrook is unusual in that the huge blast furnaces that dominate the processes at most steel works around the world are not present. This has eventuated because of the nature of the ore mined locally and used in the process. Early pioneering experiments failed to successfully smelt iron from New Zealand's,new-zealand iron ore Suppliers & Manufacturers,Product/Service:Chromite,Manganese Ore,Zn/Pb conc , Manganese Ore,Iron Ore 58/59%,,Chromite,Manganese Ore,Zn/Pb conc , Manganese Ore,Iron Ore 58/59%, Midsky International Investment Ltd. We are a new Zealand based investment and trading corporation specialising in the metal mineral supply to Asian countries.Iron – an abundant resource – Te Ara Encyclopedia of,Iron is extracted from iron ores, commonly found in rock. The main purpose for extracting iron is to make steel. New Zealand has only a small amount of one frequently used iron ore – limonite, which is found at Onekakā in north-west Nelson.