August 10, 2022
Molten steel spills inside German plant after accident

Molten steel spills inside German plant after accident

The activists calmly walked away from the spot, to the surprise of Reddit users.

A video has surfaced on Reddit which claims that an accident happened at a steel mill in Germany. The accident occurred when a container of the mill broke, causing molten steel to fall to the ground. The clip will surely remind you of a scene from the 1991 film Terminator: The Judgment Day as it shows sparks flying all around. Molten steel spills onto the ground but activists appear to walk away peacefully – something that has left users of the social media platform puzzled.

The video begins with the sound of a siren, perhaps warning employees of a malfunction. The workers standing around the container, wearing helmets, safety goggles, jackets and gloves, start walking away peacefully.

As the video progresses, sparks are seen spreading to other parts of the steel plant and the workers walk away. The only victim is a bicycle.

The user who posted the clip said, “He looked much calmer than me.” “They’re chill AF, something that happens every Tuesday,” said another.

One of the users commented, “Should we back up at a safe distance? No, we’re fine here. The molten steel moves to get a wave of seconds after the field melts.”

The reasons behind the accident are not known.

A steel mill is an industrial plant where iron ore is processed into steel. These plants are located close to a large river or deep-sea port, which usually receives coal and iron ore (oxide, hematite or magnetite) by ship.

In modern mills, steel is produced in two stages. In the first stage, iron ore is reduced in a blast furnace with coke and limestone (the process is called smelting). The result is cast iron. The part that is not used for pig iron is transported as molten iron. The impurities are removed, and alloying elements such as manganese, nickel, chromium and vanadium are added to produce the required precision steel.

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