Network Scrap Metal Corporation

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Product Specifications

Name Description
11Cast Steel, No. 2.Steel castings, over 18 inches wide and/or over 5 feet long.
200No. 1 heavy melting steel. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 x 24 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging.
200-202200 - No. 1 heavy melting steel. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 x 24 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. 201 - No. 1 heavy melting steel 3 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 36 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. 202 - No. 1 heavy melting steel 5 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging.
200-206Min 80% HMS1 defined as ISRI 200, 201 and 202 Max 20% HMS 2 defined as ISRI 203, 204, 205 and 206 ISRI 200 No. 1 heavy melting steel. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 x 24 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. ISRI 201 No. 1 heavy melting steel 3 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 36 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. ISRI 202 No. 1 heavy melting steel 5 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. ISRI 203 No. 2 heavy melting steel.* Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, 1/8 inch and over in thickness, charging box size to include material not suitable as No. 1 heavy melting steel. Prepared in a manner to insure compact charging. ISRI 204 No. 2 heavy melting steel.* Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 36 x 18 inches. May include all automobile scrap properly prepared. ISRI 205 No. 2 heavy melting steel 3 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 36 x 18 inches. May include automobile scrap, properly prepared, however, to be free of sheet iron or thin gauged material. ISRI 206 No. 2 heavy melting steel 5 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 60 x 18 inches. May include automobile scrap, properly prepared, however, to be free of sheet iron or thin gauged material.
201No. 1 heavy melting steel 3 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 36 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging.
202No. 1 heavy melting steel 5 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and/or steel scrap 1/4 inch and over in thickness. Individual pieces not over 60 inches x 18 inches (charging box size) prepared in a manner to insure compact charging.
203No. 2 heavy melting steel.* Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, 1/8 inch and over in thickness, charging box size to include material not suitable as No. 1 heavy melting steel. Prepared in a manner to insure compact charging.
204No. 2 heavy melting steel.* Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 36 x 18 inches. May include all automobile scrap properly prepared.
205No. 2 heavy melting steel 3 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 36 x 18 inches. May include automobile scrap, properly prepared, however, to be free of sheet iron or thin gauged material.
206No. 2 heavy melting steel 5 feet x 18 inches. Wrought iron and steel scrap, black and galvanized, maximum size 60 x 18 inches. May include automobile scrap, properly prepared, however, to be free of sheet iron or thin gauged material.
207No. 1 busheling. Clean steel scrap, not exceeding 12 inches in any dimensions, including new factory busheling (for example, sheet clippings, stampings, etc.). May not include old auto body and fender stock. Free of metal coated, limed, vitreous enamel
208No. 1 bundles. New black steel sheet scrap, clippings or skeleton scrap, compressed or hand bundled, to charging box size, and weighing not less than 75 pounds per cubic foot. (Hand bundles are tightly secured for handling with a magnet.) May include Stanley balls or mandrel wound bundles or skeleton reels, tightly secured. May include chemically detinned material. May not include old auto body or fender stock. Free of metal coated, limed, vitreous enameled, and electrical sheet containing over 0.5 percent silicon.
211Shredded Scrap. Homogeneous iron and steel scrap magnetically separated, originating from automobiles, unprepared No. 1 and No. 2 steel, miscellaneous baling and sheet scrap. Average density 70 pounds per cubic foot.
214No. 3 bundles. Old sheet steel, compressed to charging box size and weighing not less than 75 pounds per cubic foot. May include all coated ferrous scrap not suitable for inclusion in No. 2 bundles.
244Springs and crankshafts. Clean automotive springs and crankshafts, either new or used.
27Rail, Steel No. 1.Standard section tee rails, original weight 50 pounds per yard or heavier, 10 feet long and over. Suitable for rerolling into bars and shapes. Free from bent and twisted rails, frog, switch, and guard rails, or rails with split heads and broken flanges. Continuous welded rail may be included provided no weld is over 9 inches from the end of the piece of rail.
28ARail, Steel No. 2 Cropped Rail Ends.Standard section, original weight of 50 pounds per yard and over, 18 inches long and under.
28BRail, Steel No. 2 Cropped Rail Ends.Standard section, original weight of 50 pounds per yard and over, 2 feet long and under.
28CRail, Steel No. 2 Cropped Rail Ends.Standard section, original weight 50 pounds per yard and over, 3 feet long and under.
29Rail, Steel No. 3.Standard section tee, girder, and/or guard rails, to be free from frog and switch rails not cut apart, and contain no manganese, cast, welds, or attachments of any kind except angle bars. Free from concrete, dirt, and foreign material of any kind.
42Wheels, No. 3.Solid cast steel, forged, pressed and/or rolled steel car and/or locomotive wheels, not over 42 inches diameter. (Specify kind in offering.)
45ADestroyed Steel Car Sides and Box Car Roofs.Cut to a maximum length of... and a maximum width of... suitable for use in super presses and shears without additional preparation.
5Tie Plates.Steel.
50-65The scrap consists of R50-R65 of Rails as R-50 (51.67 kg/m-GOST-7173-75), R65 (64.72 kg/m-GOST-8165-75), Length: 1.5m Carbon (C): 0.54 - 0.082% Manganese (Mn) 0.75 - 1.05%, Silicon (Si): 0.18 - 0.40%, Phosphorous (P): Max. 0.035%, Sulphur (S): Max. 0.045%, Arsenic (Ar): Max. 0.15% Width: 0.5 m Iron Balance: Norms R50 Gost 7173-73 and R65 Gost-8165-75
50-65 .9mThe scrap consists of R50-R65 of Rails as R-50 (51.67 kg/m-GOST-7173-75), R65 (64.72 kg/m-GOST-8165-75), Length 0.9144 meters +/- 5% Carbon (C): 0.54 - 0.082% Manganese (Mn) 0.75 - 1.05%, Silicon (Si): 0.18 - 0.40%, Phosphorous (P): Max. 0.035%, Sulphur (S): Max. 0.045%, Arsenic (Ar): Max. 0.15% Width: 0.5 m Iron Balance: Norms R50 Gost 7173-73 and R65 Gost-8165-75
50-65 1.2mThe scrap consists of R50-R65 of Rails as R-50 (51.67 kg/m-GOST-7173-75), R65 (64.72 kg/m-GOST-8165-75), Length 1.2 meters Carbon (C): 0.54 - 0.082% Manganese (Mn) 0.75 - 1.05%, Silicon (Si): 0.18 - 0.40%, Phosphorous (P): Max. 0.035%, Sulphur (S): Max. 0.045%, Arsenic (Ar): Max. 0.15% Width: 0.5 m Iron Balance: Norms R50 Gost 7173-73 and R65 Gost-8165-75
50-65 12mThe scrap consists of R50-R65 of Rails as R-50 (51.67 kg/m-GOST-7173-75), R65 (64.72 kg/m-GOST-8165-75), and Length:stanrdard cut at 12m and by simple request up to 36m in length according to INCOTERMS-2000. Carbon (C): 0.54 - 0.082% Manganese (Mn) 0.75 - 1.05%, Silicon (Si): 0.18 - 0.40%, Phosphorous (P): Max. 0.035%, Sulphur (S): Max. 0.045%, Arsenic (Ar): Max. 0.15% Width: 0.5 m Iron Balance: Norms R50 Gost 7173-73 and R65 Gost-8165-75
50-65 6mThe scrap consists of R50-R65 of Rails as R-50 (51.67 kg/m-GOST-7173-75), R65 (64.72 kg/m-GOST-8165-75), Length: 6m Carbon (C): 0.54 - 0.082% Manganese (Mn) 0.75 - 1.05%, Silicon (Si): 0.18 - 0.40%, Phosphorous (P): Max. 0.035%, Sulphur (S): Max. 0.045%, Arsenic (Ar): Max. 0.15% Width: 0.5 m Iron Balance: Norms R50 Gost 7173-73 and R65 Gost-8165-75
9Bolsters and/or Truck Sides, Frames: Uncut.Cast steel.
ASCRM 007Fe : 66.19 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.173 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.014 CaO: 0 K: 0.065 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.015 MgO: 0 Mn: <0.005 MnO: 0 Na: 0.0085 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0045 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0054 Si: 2.25 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.031 TiO2: 0 As: 0.0005 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: -0.0004 Cr: -0.0011 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: -0.0030 Ni: -0.0010 Pb: -0.0015 V: 0.0013 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.0039 LOI: 0.168 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
BAM 630-1Fe : 65.63 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.88 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.10 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.47 Mn: 0.060 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.043 P2O5: 0 S: 0.032 Si: 0 SiO2: 5.88 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.066 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
CAN MW-1Fe : 66.08 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.2 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.038 CaO: 0 K: 0.011 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.020 MgO: 0 Mn: -0.016 MnO: 0 Na: -0.011 Na2O: 0 P: 0.011 P2O5: 0 S: -0.011 Si: 2.1 SiO2: 0 Ti: -0.08 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1108 Fe : 64.05 FeO: 2.30 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.207 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.007 K: 0 K2O: 0.005 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.017 Mn: 0.077 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.003 P: 0 P2O5: 0.138 S: 0.008 Si: 0 SiO2: 4.60 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.043 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.046T CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1111Fe : 65.44 FeO: 19.87 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.155 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.209 K: 0 K2O: 0.037 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.309 Mn: 0.023 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.057 P: 0 P2O5: 0.024 S: 0.004 Si: 0 SiO2: 7.17 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.039 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.029T CO2: 0.073 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.442 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1112Fe : 67.83 FeO: 0.41 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.704 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.007 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.018 Mn: 0.101 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0.106 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.597 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.046 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.038 CO2: 0.022 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 1.270 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1113Fe : 66.33 FeO: 0.04 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.11 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.030 K: 0 K2O: 0.010 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.040 Mn: 0.432 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: <0.003 P: 0 P2O5: 0.084 S: 0.002 Si: 0 SiO2: 1.80 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.046 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.035 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.010 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.007 Zn: 0 LOI: 1.244 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1114 Fe : 65.55 FeO: 27.20 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.271 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.421 K: 0 K2O: 0.061 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.565 Mn: 0.029 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.178 P: 0 P2O5: 0.028 S: 0.019 Si: 0 SiO2: 7.47 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.060 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.125 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.006 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.002 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1115Fe : 63.17 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:2.68 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.494 K: 0 K2O: 0.008 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.244 Mn: 0.074 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.020 P: 0 P2O5: 0.101 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 5.79 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.128 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.005 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.010 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1122Fe : 63.72 FeO: 26.21 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.19 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.36 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.51 Mn: 0 MnO: 0 Na: 0.07 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0.038 S: 0.052 Si: 0 SiO2: 9.14 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.050 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0.015 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.023 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1124 Fe : 65.47 FeO: 0.109 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.26 Ca: 0 CaO: 2.05 K: 0 K2O: 0.031 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.135 Mn: 0.034 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.014 P: 0 P2O5: 0.081 S: 0.004 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.54 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.045 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.068T CO2: 0.098 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.003 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.079 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1125Fe : 64.05 FeO: 0.193 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.20 Ca: 0 CaO: 2.53 K: 0 K2O: 0.033 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.421 Mn: 0.068 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.016 P: 0 P2O5: 0.087 S: 0.010 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.52 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.045 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0671T CO2: 0929 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.002 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.008 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1126Fe : 65.88 FeO: 8.07 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.151 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.424 K: 0 K2O: 0.001 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.306 Mn: 0.095 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.001 P: 0 P2O5: 0.011 S: 0.004 Si: 0 SiO2: 4.64 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.046 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.280T CO2: 0.97 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.098 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1128Fe : 65.52 FeO: 0.144 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.23 Ca: 0 CaO: 2.08 K: 0 K2O: 0.024 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.110 Mn: 0.044 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.011 P: 0 P2O5: 0.094 S: 0.004 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.55 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.043 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.030T CO2: 0.075 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.005 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.059 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1130Fe : 65.96 FeO: 0.70 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.264 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.229 K: 0 K2O: 0.035 Mg: 0 MgO: 1.91 Mn: 0.059 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.046 P: 0 P2O5: 0.051 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.52 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.192 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.023 CO2: 0.011 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.024 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.210 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.081 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1132Fe : 65.21 FeO: 0.59 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.811 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.023 K: 0 K2O: 0.005 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.025 Mn: 0.072 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.001 P: 0 P2O5: 0.052 S: 0.003 Si: 0 SiO2: 5.00 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.053 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.033T CO2: 0.005 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.017 Cu: 0.002 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.008 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.628 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1135Fe : 64.69 FeO: 0.06 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.49 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.011 K: 0 K2O: 0.016 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.033 Mn: 1.520 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0.140 S: 0.006 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.696 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.052 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.069 CO2: 0.007 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 2.31 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1136Fe : 65.74 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.345 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.370 K: 0 K2O: 0.033 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.083 Mn: 1.21 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.025 P: 0 P2O5: 0.017 S: 0.002 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.35 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.023 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.016 CO2: 0.030 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.025 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0.006 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.057 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
DH 1137Fe : 66.15 FeO: 0.32 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.442 Ca: 0 CaO: 1.930 K: 0 K2O: 0.011 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.164 Mn: 0.038 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.020 P: 0 P2O5: 0.113 S: 0.003 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.365 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.032 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.101 CO2: 0.089 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0.017 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0.080 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
ECRM 517Fe : 66.30 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.508 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.033 CaO: 0 K: 0.0105 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.0311 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.679 MnO: 0 Na: 0.0097 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0408 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0090 Si: 0.519 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.0332 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.061 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0088 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.0028 V: 0.0040 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0047 LOI: 1.898 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
ECRM 604-1Fe : 65.69 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.93 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.107 CaO: 0 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.049 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.092 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.053 P2O5: 0 S: 0.015 Si: 1.27 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.060 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
ECRM 682-2Fe : 66.12 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.325 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0 CaO: 0 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.0133 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.0311 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0529 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0140 Si: 0.833 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.0441 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0005 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.0004 V: 0.0015 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
GBW 07218Fe : 65.75 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.08 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.042 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.045 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.028 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.047 P2O5: 0 S: 0.018 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.65 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.003 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 261/1Fe : 67.54 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.59 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.30 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 1.37 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.16 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: -0.019 P2O5: 0 S: 0.080 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.16 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 310 Fe : 65.25 FeO: 1.61 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.02 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.30 K: 0 K2O: 0.022 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.25 Mn: 0.058 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.054 P: 0.034 P2O5: 0 S: 0.011 Si: 0 SiO2: 6.58 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.035 As: 0.005 Ba: 0.003 C: 0.158 CO2: 0 Co: 0.003 Cr: 0.005 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0011 Ni: 0.002 Pb: 0.0013 V: 0.0015 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0019 LOI: -1.20 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 320Fe : 67.76 FeO: 27.37 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.12 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.13 K: 0 K2O: 0.049 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.30 Mn: 0.029 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.037 P: 0.022 P2O5: 0 S: 0.012 Si: 0 SiO2: 5.30 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.016 As: 0.0015 Ba: 0.0019 C: 0.033 CO2: 0 Co: -0.003 Cr: 0.003 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0015 Ni: -0.0013 Pb: 0.0015 V: 0.0015 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.002 LOI: 2.87 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 321 Fe : 64.94 FeO: 25.94 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.20 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.15 K: 0 K2O: 0.029 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.44 Mn: 0.017 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.077 P: 0.015 P2O5: 0 S: 0.026 Si: 0 SiO2: 8.33 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.016 As: 0 Ba: 0.0019 C: 0.18 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0009 Cr: -0.002 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0.0024 Pb: 0 V: 0.0005 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.003 LOI: 1.99 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 322 Fe : 65.50 FeO: 26.82 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.095 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.26 K: 0 K2O: 0.058 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.46 Mn: 0.026 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.069 P: 0.015 P2O5: 0 S: 0.047 Si: 0 SiO2: 7.56 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.012 As: 0 Ba: 0.0013 C: 0.047 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0008 Cr: 0.0019 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0.0014 Pb: 0.0011 V: 0.0002 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0029 LOI: 2.25 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 323Fe : 68.35 FeO: 27.65 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.23 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.109 K: 0 K2O: 0.027 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.28 Mn: 0.043 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.035 P: 0.018 P2O5: 0 S: 0.052 Si: 0 SiO2: 4.31 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.017 As: 0 Ba: 0.0020 C: 0.027 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0026 Cr: 0.0020 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0007 Ni: 0.0002 Pb: 0.0015 V: -0.002 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0021 LOI: 2.49 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 324Fe : 68.93 FeO: 28.27 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.11 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.107 K: 0 K2O: 0.026 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.24 Mn: 0.026 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: -0.04 P: 0.014 P2O5: 0 S: 0.044 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.96 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.028 As: 0 Ba: 0.0024 C: 0.052 CO2: 0 Co: 0.003 Cr: 0.0025 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0014 Ni: 0.0013 Pb: 0.0002 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.003 LOI: 2.91 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IMZ 325 Fe : 67.73 FeO: 28.03 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.20 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.17 K: 0 K2O: 0.027 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.27 Mn: 0.031 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: -0.03 P: 0.016 P2O5: 0 S: 0.077 Si: 0 SiO2: 5.01 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.018 As: 0 Ba: 0.0021 C: 0.094 CO2: 0 Co: 0.002 Cr: 0.0023 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0010 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.0017 V: 0.0018 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.003 LOI: 2.53 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IPT 123Fe : 65.1 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.46 Ca: 0 CaO: 3.31 K: 0 K2O: 0.013 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.043 Mn: 0 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: -0.01 P: 0.026 P2O5: 0 S: 0.003 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.76 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.056 As: 0 Ba: 0.004 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0012 Cr: 0.0056 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0010 Ni: 0.0014 Pb: 0.0015 V: 0.0048 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0013 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
IPT 146Fe : 65.49 FeO: -0.172 FeII: 0 AL: 1.27 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.012 K: 0 K2O: 0.038 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.021 Mn: 0.118 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.006 P: 0.032 P2O5: 0 S: 0.006 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.65 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.074 As: 0 Ba: 0.0075 C: 0.04 CO2: 0 Co: -0.0009 Cr: 0.0061 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0037 Ni: 0.0016 Pb: -0.0029 V: 0.0059 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0032 LOI: 1.08 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore - 69%Fe 69% SiO2 1.9% max TiO2 0.0022% max Al2O3 0.06% max MnO 0.011% max MgO 0.365% max Na2O 0.025% max K2O 0.01% max P2O5 0.04% max P 0.0011% max S 0.001% max CaO 0.085% Max Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore - BrazilFe 64.7%, SiO2 3.6%, Al2O2 0.70%, Mn 0.15%, LOI 0.80%, P 0.027%, S 0.07%, Na2O 0.005%, K2O 0.08%, TIO2 0.08%, CaO 0.02%, MgO 0.03%, SPECIFIC WEIGHT= 2.65, T-M3 MIXTURE = 4.50%, MOISTURE 8% Max at 105C, MAX. GRANULATION SIZE (mm)+9.5 - +6.3 - +1.0 - +0.15, % 0.5 - 7.0 - 56.0 -26.00 Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore - BriquetteFe Total = 92.5 Fe Metalico = 84% min Metalization = 91% Fe3C = 0.8% min S = 0.09% Max SiO2 = 1.5% max. MgO = 0.25% max. CaO = 0.03% max Al2O3 = 1.3% Max Ganga = 3% max. Resudules: Cu <= 0.002% Ni <=-.006% Cr <=0.008% Mo <= 0.002% Sn <=0.002% Size: 90 x 58 x29mm Weight = 2.72 - 2.88ton/M3 Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore Pellets DRI HIGH GRADE 66%-67%CHEMICAL ANALYSIS: Fe (ISO 2597) => 66% FeO (K2Cr207 titrant) <= 0.35% SIO2 (ISO 11535) <= 2.0% AL203 (ISO 11535) <= 0.75% CaO (ISO 11535) <=2.0% P (ISO 4687) <= 0.065% S (ISO 9886) <=0.01% H2O (ISO 3087) <=3% Cu (ISO 11535) <=0.010% TIO2 (ISO 11535) <=0.1% V2O5 (ISO 11535) <= 0.01% Na2O (ISO 11535) <=0.05% K2O (ISO 11535) <=0.01% Mn (ISO 11535) <= 0.1% Zn (ISO 11535) <=0.01% B2 <= 1% PHYSICAL ANALYSIS: CCS-16+12.5Kg/P (ISO 4700) 250 min. Tumble+8,3 (ISO 3271) 91 min. Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories Abrasion -0.5 (ISO 3271) 7 max. SIZING ANALYSIS: +16mm (ISO 4701) 10% max. -16mm to 8mm (ISO 4701) 85% min. -8mm to 3mm (ISO 4701) 5% max.
Iron Ore-Lump64.5% Fe Iron Ore Lump reject below 63.5% SiO2 1.9% max TiO2 0.0022% max Al2O3 0.06% max MnO 0.011% max MgO 0.365% max Na2O 0.025% max K2O 0.01% max P2O5 0.04% max P 0.0011% max S 0.001% max CaO 0.085% Max Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore-Mexico 64.5Fe 64.5% SiO2 1.9% max TiO2 0.0022% max Al2O3 0.06% max MnO 0.011% max MgO 0.365% max Na2O 0.025% max K2O 0.01% max P2O5 0.04% max P 0.0011% max S 0.001% max CaO 0.085% Max Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore-Mexico 64.5 PowderFe 64.5% SiO2 1.9% max TiO2 0.0022% max Al2O3 0.06% max MnO 0.011% max MgO 0.365% max Na2O 0.025% max K2O 0.01% max P2O5 0.04% max P 0.0011% max S 0.001% max CaO 0.085% Max Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size 0.3mm minimum buyer defined Packaging in 50kg bags palletized Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Iron Ore-Pellet63% Fe reject below 61% Feo 0.50% SiO2 +Al2O3 8% (Al2O3 2%) S 0.01% P 0.045% TiO2 0.20% AS 0.01% Other Metals 0.20% CaO + MgO 2% Basicity 0.30 Size 9-16mm 85% Below 5mm 5% Bulk Density 2 T/M3 Tumble INdex MM (ASTM + 6.35) = 92% Abrasion Index (ASTM - 0.60) = 6% Cold Crushing Strength Avg = 250KG/P Porosity 20% Reducibility 60% C Moisture Content loss at 105 Degrees C Fair Season Oct-May 4% else 6% Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
JK 28Fe : 65.86 FeO: 2.4 FeII: 0 AL: 0.35 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.21 CaO: 0 K: 0.99 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.18 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.045 MnO: 0 Na: 0.078 Na2O: 0 P: 0.045 P2O5: 0 S: 0.004 Si: 1.96 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.11 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
JK 42Fe : 70.83 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.214 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.177 K: 0 K2O: 0.016 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.46 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.062 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.029 P: 0.025 P2O5: 0 S: 0.007 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.60 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.207 As: -0.0002 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0102 Cr: 0.0044 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.00097 Ni: 0.0144 Pb: -0.0001 V: 0 V2O5: 0.190 Zn: 0.0019 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
JSS 803-6Fe : 65.50 FeO: 0 FeII: -0.27 AL: 0.64 AL2O3:0 Ca: -0.013 CaO: 0 K: -0.004 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.012 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.020 MnO: 0 Na: -0.004 Na2O: 0 P: 0.048 P2O5: 0 S: -0.011 Si: 1.35 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.035 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0.010 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: -0.001 Ni: -0.001 Pb: 0 V: -0.002 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.002 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
JSS 804-2Fe : 66.93 FeO: 0 FeII: -0.29 AL: 0.51 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.0490 CaO: 0 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.0099 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.016 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.050 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0132 Si: 1.17 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.023 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0.0244 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0.0028 Pb: 0 V: 0.0031 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
JSS 850-4Fe : 65.67 FeO: -0.30 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.40 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.41 K: 0 K2O: 0.075 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.79 Mn: 0.019 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.129 P: 0.013 P2O5: 0 S: 0.006 Si: 0 SiO2: 4.12 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.056 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: -0.003 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.008 Ni: -0.006 Pb: 0 V: 0.025 V2O5: 0 Zn: -0.007 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC11012Fe : 64.89 FeO: 25.63 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.18 Ca: 0 CaO: 1.36 K: 0 K2O: 0.154 Mg: 0 MgO: 1.72 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.119 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.064 P: 0.0064 P2O5: 0 S: 0.409 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.51 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.084 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.008 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.0008 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.013 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC13019CFe : 68.96 FeO: 28.98 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.174 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.196 K: 0 K2O: 0.0068 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.268 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.049 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.0060 P: 0.010 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0277 Si: 3.98 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.0174 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.0052 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0030 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC13020aFe : 66.71 FeO: 28.68 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.0768 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.185 K: 0 K2O: 0.0084 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.381 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.0392 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.0035 P: 0.0115 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0179 Si: 7.01 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.124 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0.006 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0024 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC14001aFe : 64.88 FeO: 0.37 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.59 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.080 K: 0 K2O: 0.085 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.044 Mn: 0.056 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.012 P: 0.055 P2O5: 0 S: 0.015 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.48 Ti: 0.044 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC14005aFe : 64.29 FeO: 24.18 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.91 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.78 K: 0 K2O: 0.18 Mg: 0 MgO: 1.41 Mn: 0.117 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.061 P: 0.012 P2O5: 0 S: 0.397 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.48 Ti: 0.066 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0068 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.056 Ni: 0.0083 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC14028aFe : 64.36 FeO: 25.93 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.23 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.86 K: 0 K2O: -0.08 Mg: 0 MgO: 1.61 Mn: 0.160 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: -0.09 P: 0.016 P2O5: 0 S: 0.368 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.12 Ti: 0.59 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0025 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC16001Fe : 69.29 FeO: 27.70 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.081 Ca: 0 CaO: 0 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.16 Mn: 0.037 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0087 P2O5: 0 S: 0.023 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.81 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC16002Fe : 71.79 FeO: 28.69 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.069 Ca: 0 CaO: 0 K: 0 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.038 Mn: 0.053 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0022 P2O5: 0 S: 0.055 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.36 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC28027Fe : 66.34 FeO: 0.07 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.42 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.02 K: 0 K2O: 0.013 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.063 Mn: 0.48 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.0055 P: 0.034 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0071 Si: 0 SiO2: 1.02 Ti: 0.057 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0009 Cr: 0.0015 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0085 Ni: 0.0008 Pb: 0.0013 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0032 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC28028Fe : 66.47 FeO: 0.58 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.36 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.028 K: 0 K2O: 0.014 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.091 Mn: 0.137 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.005 P: 0.055 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0066 Si: 0 SiO2: 1.79 Ti: 0.046 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0008 Cr: 0.003 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0014 Ni: 0.0019 Pb: 0.0013 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0044 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NCS DC28029Fe : 72.01 FeO: 28.63 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.095 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.025 K: 0 K2O: 0.0068 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.042 Mn: 0.043 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.0008 P: 0.0013 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0028 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.158 Ti: 0.028 TiO2: 0 As: 0.000012 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0.0008 Cr: 0.0062 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0007 Ni: 0.0022 Pb: 0.0002 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.0026 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NH 1124Fe : 67.90 FeO: 0.45 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.54 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.15 K: 0.01 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.04 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.20 Na: 0.009 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0.09 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 0.63 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.19 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0.014 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NH 1125Fe : 66.57 FeO: 0.48 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.76 Ca: 0 CaO: 0 K: 0.01 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.06 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.06 Na: 0 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0.07 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.87 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.07 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0.020 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
NH 1126Fe : 65.40 FeO: 1.45 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.01 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.88 K: 0.04 K2O: 0 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.26 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.08 Na: 0.02 Na2O: 0 P: 0 P2O5: 0 S: 0 Si: 0 SiO2: 2.85 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0.13 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0.003 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
SARM 11Fe : 66.16 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.73 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.0323 CaO: 0 K: 0.12 K2O: 0 Mg: 0.0124 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.0113 MnO: 0 Na: 0.0113 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0419 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0118 Si: 1.45 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.0382 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0011 Ni: 0.0030 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
SARM 12 Fe : 66.63 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0.41 AL2O3:0 Ca: 0.78 CaO: 0 K: 0.0108 K2O: 0 Mg: 1.69 MgO: 0 Mn: 0.17 MnO: 0 Na: 0.0091 Na2O: 0 P: 0.0477 P2O5: 0 S: 0.0695 Si: 0.16 SiO2: 0 Ti: 0.43 TiO2: 0 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0.0502 Ni: 0.0281 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
SRM 690Fe : 66.85 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:0.18 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.20 K: 0 K2O: 0.0030 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.18 Mn: 0 MnO: 0.23 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.003 P: 0.011 P2O5: 0 S: 0.003 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.71 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.022 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
SRM 693Fe : 65.11 FeO: 0 FeII: 0 AL: 0 AL2O3:1.04 Ca: 0 CaO: 0.016 K: 0 K2O: 0.0028 Mg: 0 MgO: 0.013 Mn: 0 MnO: 0 Na: 0 Na2O: 0.0028 P: 0.056 P2O5: 0 S: 0.005 Si: 0 SiO2: 3.87 Ti: 0 TiO2: 0.035 As: 0 Ba: 0 C: 0 CO2: 0 Co: 0 Cr: 0 Cr2O3: 0 Cu: 0 Ni: 0 Pb: 0 V: 0 V2O5: 0 Zn: 0 LOI: 0 Free Moisture Loss @ 105c 8% max Size <10mm Certification Process: The requirements of ISO Guide 31, ISO Guide 34, ISO Guide 35, and ASTM Standard Guides E 1724 and E 1831 were followed for the preparation of this reference material and certificate of analysis. This is a reference material as defined by ISO Guide 30. Analysis: Material for chemical analyses are sampled from bulk after mixing. The laboratories participating in the testing normally followed the requirements of ISO Guide 25. The individual values listed above are the average of each analysts results. Methods of analysis used were a combination of ASTM Standard Method E 508, E 738, E 841, E 878, E 1028, and E 1070 plus additional ICP-AES, ICP-MS, and AA spectrometric methods. References: ASTM documents available from ASTM, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959, Telephone: 610-832-9500 Fax: 610-832-9555 e-mail: service@astm.org Website: www.astm.org E 508 - 93 Standard Test Method for Calcium and Magnesium in Iron Ores by Atomic Absorption Spectrometry E 738 -95a Standard Test Method for Determination of Aluminum in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Complexometric Titration E 841 -94 Standard Test Method for Coper in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy E 878 - 96 Standard Test Method for Determinaiton of Titanium in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Diantipyrlmethane Ultraviolet Spectrometry E 1028 -93 Standard Test Method for Total Iron in Iron Ores and Related Materials by Dichromate Titrimetry E 1070 -95 Standard Test Method for Phosphorus in Iron Ores by the Phospho-Molydenun-Blue Photometric Methods E 1724 - 95 Standard Guide for Testing and Certification of Metal and Metal-Related Reference Materials E 1831 - 96 Standard Guide for Preparing Certificates for Reference Materials Relating to Chemical Composition of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials. ISO Guides available from American National Standards Institute, 11 West 42nd St., 13th Floor, New York, NY 10036. ISO Guide 25 (Third edition, 1990), General requirements for the competence of calibration and testing laboratories. ISO Guide 30 (Second edition, 1991), Terms and definitions used in connection with reference materials. ISO Guide 31 (First edition, 1981), Contents of certificates of reference materials. ISO Guide 33 (First edition, 1989), Uses of certified reference materials. ISO Guide 34 (First edition, 1996), Quality system guidelines for the production of reference materials. ISO Guide 35 (Second edition, 1989), Certification of reference materials - General and statistical principles. Other useful documents available from NIST, U.S. Department of Commerce, Gaithersburg, MD 20899. NIST Special Publication 260-100, Handbook for SRM Users NIST Special Publication 829, Use of NIST Standard Reference Materials for Decisions on Performance of Analytical Chemical Methods and Laboratories
Steel BilletLME Grade 1 C = 0.08 - 0.13% Si = 0.10 - 0.30% Mn = 0.30 - 0.80% S = 0.05% P = 0.04% Cu = 0.40% Ni = 0.20% Cr = 0.20% N = 0.012%
Steel Billet 3PSGost 380-94 3PS 150mm x 150mm x 12m
Steel Billet 5SPGost 380-94 5SP 130mm x 130mm x 12m
Urea N46 PrilledUrea N46 Prilled

Custom Blends of iron ore are available simply by making the request as part of your LOI and will be incorporated into the final contract.

Other material also available upon request and the list above is for reference only and subject to change without notice.