McConway and Torley, a steel mill located in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, has purchased a cart from INTECO PTI that will deliver oxygen, aluminum wire to the liquid steel bath and allow temperature and product sampling of the liquid steel. The cart will operate on rails and will use electric motors to move the cart in front of and away from the Electric Arc Furnace. The cart has three lances that can be individually inserted into and retract from the EAF. The first lance holds a consumable pipe that will be used to inject oxygen into the liquid steel in the EAF. The insert depth of the pipe is controlled by the operator and the pipe can be set to automatically advance as the pipe is worn away by the liquid steel bath. The flow of oxygen is automatically controlled and the lance automatically retracts after the prescribed amount of oxygen is injected into the EAF process. The second lance holds a special tube that allows aluminum wire to be injected into the liquid steel bath with an argon gas shroud. The special tube is consumable and will be replaced each heat. The cart will hold the aluminum wire cage and wire feeder. The amount of wire and the speed of wire injection into the process is controlled remotely by the operator. The third lance is a standard temperature and product sampler. Standard temperature probes and steel sample probes are fitted to the lance. The lance inserts into the EAF and takes a temperature or a sample of the liquid steel. The standard probes are consumable and replace after each use. The entire cart is controlled remotely from the operator pulpit. The cart removes the operator from in front of the extremely high radiant heat and molten slag and steel from the EAF. The cart also eliminates the need for the operator to manually shovel hundreds of pounds of aluminum into the EAF. The installation of this unique equipment will improve the efficiency of the EAF while greatly improving operator safety.