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Aurubis orders new Peirce-Smith converters from SMS group

Hamburg-based Aurubis AG is to take delivery of new converters, which will be supplied by SMS group and used to produce blister copper, an important stage in the copper production process.

The converters will be installed at the company’s headquarters in Hamburg. They are scheduled to be put into operation in fall 2019. The converters measure 15’ x 38‘. Aurubis AG is installing the new converters in order to strengthen and consolidate its global position as an integrated copper group and the world’s largest copper recycler.

The new converter design already takes future optimization into account to allow for more efficient production processes.

SMS group has been commissioned with the engineering, delivery, and installation of the converters.

News No: 2534
Date: 2018/11/07 - 22:03
News Source: SMS group

SMS group  Aurubis AG  Peirce-Smith converter  copper 

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