- ANTHRACITE COAL
- BITUMIOUS COAL
- SUBBITUMIOUS COAL
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1. ANTHRACITE COAL
Anthracite Coal contains 86%–97% carbon with the highest calorific value of all types of coal.
USE: This type of coal is an important raw material in the metal industry.
|Gross Calorific Value (DB)||6700-7300|
|Total Moisture (ARB)||8.50%|
2. BITUMIOUS COAL
Bituminous Coal contains 45%–86% carbon.
USE: Bituminous coal is used to produce electricity and is an important raw material for the production of coke used in the iron and steel industry.
3. SUBBITUMIOUS COAL
Typically contains 35%–45% carbon and has a lower heating value than bituminous coal.
USE: Sub-bituminous coal is used in generating steam for the production of electricity, and thus frequently used in power plants. Moreover, sub-bituminous coal can be liquefied and converted into petroleum and gas.
|Kind of coal||GAR 3800||GAR 4200||GAR 4700||GAR 5000||GAR 5200||GAR 5500|
|Gross Calorific Value||ADB||5500-5500||5500-5700||5700-5900||5800-6000||5800-6000||5800-6100|
|Total Moisture (ARB)||ARB||Max 40%||Max 36%||Max 30%||Max 25%||Max 20%||Max 20%|