Ceramic Filter Spain Aluminum, Purification of Aluminum Alloy

Ceramic Filter Spain Aluminum is made of non-stick aluminum material, and the product is white. It is suitable for the purification process of producing aluminum and aluminum alloys with high quality requirements. It can filter non-metallic slag and micron slag to make the surface of castings smoother.

Through physical adsorption and chemical action, Ceramic Foam Filter can effectively remove various oxide inclusions produced in the aluminum smelting process, thereby reducing casting defects and improving casting quality.

Ceramic Filter Spain Aluminum

The ceramic foam filter is suitable for the purification and filtration of high-temperature aluminum and aluminum alloy solutions. The filter can make the aluminum liquid fill the cavity more uniformly.

Ceramic Filter Spain Aluminum should be preheated before using CFF, and the filter plate should be completely sealed in the aluminum water filter box to ensure that all aluminum water passes through the filter plate and the total amount of filtration must not exceed the prescribed limit. If it is too high, it should be adjusted through multi-stage filtering or lower throughput.

On December 29, 2021, Alcoa, the world’s sixth largest aluminum producer, announced that it has drawn up an agreement to reduce the operations of its San Ciprian smelter in Spain in the next two years. However, the American industrial company has also fulfilled its promise to restart the facility from January 2024.

Alcoa, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, said the agreement with worker representatives at the San Cyprien plant focused on solving its challenges in dealing with high energy prices.

“The transaction will reduce the output of the 228,000 metric tons/year facility from January 1st, and the target is to be completed by the end of this month,” Alcoa said.

However, the company said that as facilities shrink, Alcoa seeks to reach a long-term power purchase agreement starting in 2024 as soon as possible.

The aluminum giant expects restructuring-related expenses in the fourth quarter of 2021 to be approximately US$60 million, pre- and after-tax, or 32 cents per share. Alcoa said that about half of the cost will be paid annually in 2022 and 2023.

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