Hertwich provides second continuous homogenising plant

Talum d.d. based in the Slovenian town of Kidričevo has ordered a continuous homogenising furnace and a helical ultrasonic testing station from Hertwich. The new plant will start operation in July 2018 and will almost double the homogenising capacity of the group.

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Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C. (Alba) is currently expanding its primary aluminium production capacity with Line 6 Expansion Project. Upon the full ramp-up of Potline 6 in 2019, the Company’s smelter capacity will be increased by more than 50 percent to 1.5 million tons a year. This investment will make Alba one of the largest aluminium smelters in the world.

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Impol d.o.o. based in Slovenska Bistrica in Slovenia has placed an order for a stationary melting furnace and charging equipment for a melting rate of six to eight tons an hour with Hertwich Engineering, a company of the SMS group. It will be part of a new casting plant for rolling ingots due to start operation in May 2018.

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TRIMET Aluminium SE is replacing the 30-year-old batch homogenising furnaces at its Essen production facility with a modern continuous homogenisation unit from Hertwich Engineering, a company of the SMS group. The new unit – the second of its type at this location –  is due to go into operation in September 2017.

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Emirates Global Aluminium has placed an order for the supply of an additional batch homogenizing furnace for the heat treatment of billets with Hertwich Engineering, a company of the SMS group. Including this new unit, which will go into operation at the end of 2017, a total of five batch furnaces of this type will be operating at EGA's Jebel Ali plant and two at EGA's Al Taweelah smelter.

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Super Alloy Industrial Co. Ltd. (SAI), located in Dou-Liu City, Taiwan, has placed an order with Hertwich Engineering for the supply of a compact remelt plant for Aluminium billets in sizes up to Maximum 305 mm Diameter and 7,000 mm length. The plant is designed for a capacity of 40,000 tonnes per year and shall be commissioned in September 2017.

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