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Foundry coke The term 'Foundry coke' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' This is a special coke that is used in furnaces to produce cast and ductile iron products. It is a source of heat and also helps maintain the required carbon content of the metal product. Foundry coke production requires lower temperatures and longer times than blast furnace coke'.
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