It is raw material or iron mixed with manganese. Bulk density: 3,571 to 5,556 kg/m3. Non-IMSBC Code information: as alloy, it consists of manganese , iron and carbon. Extremely heavy cargo. Used as vehicle for adding manganese to steel. There are three major types of ferro manganese as follows: Standard ferromanganese, Medium-carbon ferromanganese, and Low-carbon ferromanganese. Standard ferromanganese is also known as high carbon ferromanganese. 
Trade Names (Synonyms)
Manganese ferro, Standard ferromanganese, Medium-carbon ferromanganese, Low-carbon ferromanganese, High carbon ferromanganese, ferromanganese exothermic. 


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