Granular Flux Montenegro Aluminum, Casting Fluxes

Granular Flux Montenegro Aluminum solves the problem of refining effect in the traditional use of a large amount of aluminum ash, Aluminum Casting Flux tons of aluminum 1.5-2.0kg, discharge aluminum ash 0.8-1%, and achieve high-precision aluminum alloy casting Requirements, effectively improve the yield of metal liquid 0.6-0.8%, to achieve energy saving and consumption reduction purposes.

Granular Flux Montenegro Aluminum

Aluminum Casting Flux is properly heat treated and sieved, and the particle size is uniform, which is beneficial to the uniformization of the refining tank under the action of carrier gas (N 2 or Ar) into the lower layer of aluminum liquid, which fully solves the traditional blocking and failure. Uniform dispersion is not conducive to ensuring casting quality and other issues.

Granular Flux Montenegro Aluminum can effectively remove slag, metal and non-metallic inclusions in molten metal, improve casting quality. Granular Flux is easy to use, has obvious degassing effect, and the slag after refining is easily removed. Prove that the larger the gas content, the degassing effect is obvious, the degassing effect is more obvious.

Kombinat Aluminijuma Podgorica, an aluminum company in Montenegro, also recently announced the suspension of production. The Voerde and Hamburg smelters owned by Trimet Aluminium, a major European primary aluminum producer, have also started to cut production.

Montenegro aluminum producer Kombinat Aluminijuma Podgorica (KAP) may face the fate of shutting down due to high energy prices. The electricity supply contract signed between KAP and Montenegro’s state-owned power supply company Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) will expire on December 31, 2021. According to data, KAP’s previous contract with EPCG paid for energy at 45 euros per trillion. In watt-hours, electricity costs account for 40% of KAP’s production costs.

After the expiration of the energy contract, KAP will face high energy costs, so Montenegro Uniprom announced that it will gradually shut down the KAP aluminum smelter.

In 2014, the Montenegrin private company Uniprom acquired the declared bankrupt aluminum plant Kombinat Aluminijuma Podgorica (KAP) for 28.5 million euros.

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