On Friday, Scindia will inaugurate the SAIL project

On Friday, Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Union Minister of Steel, will dedicate a SAIL project in Chhattisgarh that cost 149 crores of rupees to establish.

The state-owned steel producer said in a statement on Thursday that the minister would essentially dedicate the SAIL Silica Reduction Plant, which is situated in the company’s iron Dalli mines.

“The iron ore reserves in the 60-year-old mines of SAIL-Bhilai Steel Plant’s Dalli and Rajhara group are depleting rapidly and a study revealed there is a need to refine iron ore of size less than 1 mm to achieve the desired grade for effective usage in the blast furnace,” the firm said.


Modern beneficiation equipment is included in the facility, which was built with an estimated cost of Rs 149 crore. Its goal is to improve the iron ore supplied to the Bhilai Steel facility in order to increase yearly output from the blast furnaces while lowering coke usage and carbon emissions, according to the statement.


SAIL, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Steel, is one of India’s biggest producers of steel.



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