Magnezit Group has reported the commissioning of its second line for the production of unshaped refractories at Liaoning Dalmond Refractories, its Chinese production facility.
With the new line, the site becomes the biggest of the Group’s production sites in the country capable of manufacturing the whole range of oxide-carbon bricks for ferrous metallurgy vessels.
The new processing line occupies an area of more than 10 000 m2 and is intended for production of unshaped materials for thermal vessels, including masses and concrete products. The production capacity of the line amounts to 1500 t of concrete products, 10 000 t of masses, 5000 pcs. of refractory shapes for purging units. The technical plan for the line was created by the Chinese metallurgical research institute Wuhan. The total investment into the project amounted to 16 million Yuan.
Magnezit Group owns two production facilities in the People’s Republic of China – Wuxi Nanfang Dalmond Refractories and Liaoning Dalmond Refractories. In 2010 Magnezit Group brought production capacities of Liaoning Dalmond Refractories to the planned level of 100 000 tpa.
Adapted from press release by Katherine Guenioui
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